The 2020 Competition is currently open and submissions will close on Monday the 24th of March 2020 at .
All submissions should be emailed to [email protected]
The Editorial Board may consider longer scripts at its discretion. The competition is open to first and second year undergraduate students from all universities who submit a case note of 3,000 words or less and is subject to all other submission and deadline requirements mentioned above. The Matheson Prize for the Best Commercial Law Article.
The author of the best article on a topic of commercial or company law will win a €250 cash prize sponsored by Matheson.
English articles should be no longer than 10,000 words. The Editorial Board may consider longer scripts at its discretion.
French, German, and Irish articles should be no longer than 5,000 words. Authors are required to prepare their manuscripts according to the OSCOLA Ireland system of legal citation.
The editorial process will be collaborative, with any edits made with the cooperation of the authors.
Article selection and editing procedures are summarised in the Author's Guide.
She decided she had to submit a 2,000 word paper for the Robert Walker Law Essay Prize which is an annual competition run by Trinity College, Cambridge.
Patricia, who is also taking an EPQ extended project qualification related to UK law, and hopes to study law at Cambridge when she leaves Concord, was among the successful entrants.