WRITING COMPETITION: International Economic Law

The Houston Journal of International Law wishes to law students at all levels (J.D., L.L.M.) to compete for the James Baker Hughes Prize, awarded to the best unpublished student-written manuscript on the subject of international economic law. “International economic law” is a broad term that we consider to include all legal aspects of economic relations, from private business matters to international trade conflicts.  This $500 cash award is funded by a grant from Judge Lynn N. Hughes, and the winning submission will be published as the “James Baker Hughes Prize” article in an upcoming issue of the Houston Journal of International Law.

Enclosed is a notice of the competition and the manuscript guidelines.    Manuscripts must be received byApril 15, 2014.

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