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Young Members’ Group Essay Competition 2019

31 May 2019

CIArb Young Members’ Group is pleased to invite anyone aged 40 years and under on the date of submission to submit one essay on either of the topics below:

  • The Role of Technology and Technological innovation in arbitration
  • Analyzing the overlap between arbitration and human rights

The Essay Competition will be judged by Dr Crina Baltag of University of Bedfordshire, Senior Lecturer in Law, Director of Research, Centre for Research in Law (acting) and LL.M. Course Coordinator.

The winner will receive a prize of £250.00 and the winning entry will be considered for publication in the CIArb’s Journal of Arbitration.

Word length: approx. 4,000 to 7,000 (including footnotes)

Due date: 30 June 2019 (midnight London time)

Entries should be submitted to: essay@ciarb.org

Guidelines

  • Please use British English spelling and this Citation Guide.
  • Please use Arial font size 12 for the text and Arial font size 10 for footnotes. Please double-space the text and leave a one inch margin on all sides.
  • Please submit your name, affiliation, location, and title on a separate cover page. The essay itself should begin on the next page without your name, affiliation or any other identifying details.
  • Please send us word versions of your document and not PDFs.
  • Articles cannot be co-authored.
  • Articles must be original work of the individual submitting them and must not have been published elsewhere (online or paper publication).

For further guidelines please refer to the YMG Essay Competition's flyer.

 

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