IJAL’s 5th Gary B. Born Essay Competition on International Arbitration: No Fee, Submit by Sep 20

Must Read

Call for Campus Ambassador at The Advocates League Campus Ambassador Programme 2.0, Apply by 24 January, 2021

ABOUT THE ADVOCATE LEAGUE The Advocates League is an ISSN-approved journal and a legal research initiative whose work is devoted...

Call for Papers by TNNLU Law Review Vol 4 Issue 1 [Tamil Nadu NLU]: Submit by Mar 31,2021

Tamil Nadu National Law University Law review or TNNLU law Review is inviting submissions through call for papers for...

Call for Papers by LALC’s Book [Legal Awareness & Literacy Committee] of Amity Law School, Noida: Submit by Feb 1,2021

LALC or Legal Awareness & Literacy Committee, of Amity Law School, Noida invites submissions through a “Call For Papers” for...

The Legal Insider’s 4th National Article Writing Competition: Register by Jan 27, 2021

The Legal Insider is organizing its 4th National Article Writing Competition.  About the Organizer The Legal Insider is a rapidly growing...

Call for Papers: Juriortus Book with ISBN by CB Educational Services: Submit by Feb 5,2021

About CB Eduvents CB Educational Services is one of its kind technology-driven academic start-up incorporated as a Limited Liability Partnership...

Call for Blogs by The Quest Socio-Legal Review: Rolling Submissions

Quest Socio-Legal Review is inviting submissions for its blog on socio-legal issues, contemporary legal issues as well as on...

Follow us

About the Institute

The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law (IJAL) is a biannual, open-access, student-reviewed journal published by the Centre for Advanced Research and Training in Arbitration Law at National Law University, Jodhpur. IJAL is widely recognized as the leading Indian dispute resolution journal and an excellent source of reference in the field.

About the Competition

Indian Journal of Arbitration Law is organizing the 5th Gary B. Born Essay Competition on International Arbitration to encourage research and literature in international arbitration. The Competition is organized with the support and patronage of Mr. Gary B. Born and aims to encourage law students to explore forward-looking issues in international arbitration.

Themes

The themes of the fifth edition of the competition aim to foster research on some of the contemporary developments in international arbitration, and are listed below:

  • The Case for or against: Appellate Tribunals in Arbitration
  • The ‘Red Flag’ of Corruption in International Arbitration
  • Double Hatting in International Arbitration

Eligibility

The competition is open to all students enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate program in law (B.C.L., J.D., LL.B., LL.M., or their local equivalent) in any recognized university across the world.

Students who have completed an above-mentioned program or their equivalent in 2020 and postgraduate students who are selected for, and will be enrolled in any such program for 2020-2021 are also eligible to participate.

Submission Deadlines

To participate in the competition, interested students must e-mail a copy of their completed essays to [email protected].

Deadline

  • The last date for submission is September 20, 2020, 23:59 hours (Indian Standard Time, GMT +5:30).
  • The results of the Competition shall be announced in the last week of October 2020.

Perks

  • First Prize: Cash prize of USD 250, Letter of Appreciation from Mr. Gary B. Born, Signed copy of a book authored by Mr. Born, and An opportunity to be considered for publication in the next issue of IJAL.
  • Second Prize: Cash prize of USD 125, Letter of Appreciation from Mr. Gary B. Born, and An opportunity to be considered for publication in the next issue of IJAL.
  • Third Prize: Cash prize of USD 75, Letter of Appreciation from Mr. Gary B. Born, and An opportunity to be considered for publication in the next issue of IJAL.

Guidelines Details

  • The essay must be submitted in Microsoft Word document format (.doc/.docx).
  • The essay must contain an abstract, not exceeding 250 words. It must indicate the theme.
  • A participant can submit an entry for one theme only.
  • Co-authorship is not permitted.
  • The word limit is 4500 – 6500 words including footnotes.
  • The essay must be original and bonafide work of the participant.
  • The essay must be written in English.
  • Footnotes must follow the Bluebook system of citation (Harvard, 20th edition).
  • The essay should not be submitted for any other competition and/or for any other purposes.

The essay must be accompanied by a separate document containing the following:

  • Full name of the participant
  • Theme chosen
  • Participant’s current year of study and name of the degree pursued
  • Name and full address of the participant’s university
  • Name and full postal address of the participant
  • Phone number of the participant
  • E-mail ID of the participant

Contact Information

Email ID: [email protected] or [email protected]

Important Links

The official website link is given here.

For full details of the competition, click here.


Libertatem.in is now on Telegram. Follow us for regular legal updates and judgements from the court. Follow us on Google News, InstagramLinkedInFacebook & Twitter. You can also subscribe for our Weekly Email Updates. Libertatem Group does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of this Event Notification. The post has been shared as we received it from the event organizers/host.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest News

Doctrine of Proportionality Must Adhere to Reasonableness Principal Test: Madras High Court

Young Men's Christian Association built a commercial complex and leased it without having due permission. The District Collector & Tahsildar issued a show-cause notice...

Delhi High Court Refuses To Stay Release of ‘The White Tiger’ on the OTT Platform Netflix

A plea requesting a stay on the release of the film ‘The White Tiger’ by the American producer, John Hart Jr. alleging copyright violation was rejected by the Delhi High Court on Thursday.

“Anganwadi Centers to Be Reopened Outside the Containment Zones, Which Is to Be Decided by the State”: Supreme Court

This case concerns the reopening of the Anganwadi Centers after they had been closed due to the lockdown being imposed.  Brief facts of the case This...

“Credit Facilities Being Granted by the Primary Agricultural Credit Society to the Non-Members Is No Longer Illegal”: Supreme Court

This Case concerns the dispute relating to the grant of tax exemption under Section 80P of the Income Tax Act, 1961.  Brief facts of the...

Back Wages of Labourers is a Question of Facts Depending Upon Various Factors: Gujarat High Court

The petition has been filed by workmen and employer against an award dated 23.04.2009 passed by the Labour Court, Bhuj in the case of...

WhatsApp Messages Would Have No Evidentiary Value Until They Are Certified According to Section 65b of the Indian Evidence Act: Punjab & Haryana High...

Brief facts of the case Paramjit Kaur, the proprietor of Brioshine Pharma, a licensed chemist, booked two consignments. The first consignment, on 10.06.2020 and the,...

Delhi High Court Seeks Response From Centre, RBI in PIL to Regulate Online Lending Platforms

A notice had been issued by the Delhi HC in a PIL that sought regulation of online lending platforms (Dharanidhar Karimojji vs UOI). Brief Facts: The...

“Consensual Affair” Cannot Be Defence Against the Charge of Kidnapping of the Minor, Sentence Reduced in View of Age Difference: Supreme Court

This Case concerns the appeal against the conviction under the charges of kidnapping and discussed whether the punishment was to be enhanced or not.   Brief...

Delhi HC to Municipal Corp: Paucity of Funds Not an Excuse for Non-Payment of Salaries and Pensions

The Delhi High Court ruled that the paucity of funds cannot be an excuse and pulled up municipal corporations for not paying salaries and pensions to their employees as the right to receive payment is a fundamental right guaranteed in our constitution.

US Supreme Court Reinstates Restriction on Abortion Pills

The Supreme Court of the United States granted the Trump administration’s request to reinstate federal rules requiring women to make in-person visits to hospitals...

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -