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Spring 2012 Winners:
By, Samantha Taber
Texas Tech University School of Law

"More Muni's, More Problems: Increased Regulation of the Municipal Bond Market And Its Potential Effects on Municipal Bankruptcies and the US Economy"
By, Joseph C. Barsalona
Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

"Ponzi Schemes: Keeping Your "Return" on "Investment"
By, Penelope R. Hansen
Atlanta's John Marshall School of Law
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Fall 2012 Law Student Writing Contest 
Submission Deadline: October 15, 2012
Dear Law School Community, 

The National Law Review is hosting it's Fall 2012 Law Student Writing Contest with the winner's article to be published on the National Law Review website, the National Law Forum blog, and included in our October newsletter.

Submissions are now being accepted.

Suggested Topics
1) Immigration Law
2) Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform

*Please note that although students are encouraged to submit articles pertaining to the above-listed topics, they may also submit entries covering current issues related to other areas of the law.


How To Submit: 
Please email all article submissions to: lawschools@natlawreview.com

For complete submission guidelines and accompanying materials go to:
Submission Guidelines 

 

Why Students Should Submit:
-Law students have the opportunity to publicly share their   knowledge and skills on a national digital platform.
-Winning articles will be placed alongside with those written by respected attorneys from AM Law 200 firms.
-Great resume building opportunity for future employment.
-Great name exposure, with a full accompanying author bio.
-Brand expansion opportunity for your law school, with an accompanying school logo.


Here at The National Law Review, we look forward to reading all of your submissions.
 
Sincerely,
 
Allison Rogers
Legal Publication Specialist
The National Law Review
www.natlawreview.com
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