The semi-finalists in the Spring 2019 Best Brief Competition are Erin Bartenstein, Jack Brooks. Margaret Brzakala, Michael Doering, Liz Euller, Kelsey Halloran, Adnan Hussain, Paul Matenaer, Camilo Mesa, Maggie Morris, Heather Roehr, Anna Rossi, Olivia Schwartz, Philip Steigerwald, Grace Stewart, Derek Thomas, Josi Wergin, and Aaron Whyte. Congratulations to the semi-finalists!
The Best Brief Competition is an annual event that recognizes outstanding legal writing by first-year students. The Legal Research and Writing faculty select the best appellate briefs from among those written by their spring semester students. Next, Wisconsin attorneys evaluate the semi-finalists' briefs to determine who will become finalists. A panel of Law School faculty then evaluates the finalists' briefs to decide the winner. The winner of the competition will be announced in October 2019.
Other Writing Competitions for Students
Competitions are listed by deadline date. Only the first prize is listed.
July 26, 2019 - ABA Construction Law Writing Competition (topic of interest to the construction industry); $2,000 plus conference travel expenses.
Other legal writing competitions for students are collected at: http://www.suffolk.edu/icompetewriting