Special thanks to Daniel Goldin at Boswell Books — some of the best questions are from an interview I did with him.
About the Africa Essay Prize The Slaughter and May Africa Essay Prize is an exciting opportunity for law and non-law students to demonstrate their commercial and legal skills in an African context and have the chance to win a substantial prize.
Applicants are asked to submit a response to one of the following two questions: Do African countries benefit from the International Criminal Court? So today I am committing that our development spending will not only combat extreme poverty, but at the same time tackle global challenges and support our own national interest.
Slaughter and May also provides advice to various African governments. In light of this, the Slaughter and May Africa Essay Prize is intended to stimulate debate among university students around the important issues to which African commerce and law give rise.
The rules of the competition are set out below.
Eligibility To enter, you must be enrolled as a current student at an educational institution on the deadline for submission of entries. Both full-time and part-time, law and non-law, undergraduate and post-graduate students including Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course students are eligible to enter.
The word limit for your essay is 1, words. Familiarity with and interest in African commerce and law. Imagination and originality in approach Concision, in order to maximise the use of the available word limit. Close attention to detail and an evidence-based approach.
You are free to focus on particular case studies or one or more of African jurisdictions in your essay. A panel of Slaughter and May partners and guests will judge the competition.
The winners will receive the following prizes:Donate via Mail: Brother Nathanael Foundation PO Box Priest River, ID bottom line, the end is in sight, prepare, dont be fooled by the masses.
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