Contests & Competitions
2011 Allen J. Hoover Memorial Award
The DePaul College of Law Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology (CIPLIT) is accepting applications for the 2011 Allen J. Hoover Memorial Award.
The family of Allen J. Hoover and the law firm of Wood Phillips created this $5,000 award in memory of the late Allen J. Hoover, who earned his law degree from DePaul in 1965. This award will be given to a May, 2011, graduating DePaul JD student who is expected to make the greatest contribution to the practice of intellectual property law as determined by the College of Law. The award will be presented by the firm at a reception held at the College of Law.
Students who wish to be considered for this award must submit the following:
- A current resume
- A copy of your unofficial transcript
- A statement of no more than two pages explaining why you feel that you will make a strong contribution to the field of intellectual property law during the course of your career.
The deadline to submit applications is February 24, 2011.
Please e-mail your applications to CIPLIT Associate Director, Ellen Gutiontov at firstname.lastname@example.org
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2011 Writing Competition
2nd Prize: $750
3rd Prize: $500
TOPICS: We will accept submissions on a wide variety of topics at the intersection of law and technology, including but not limited to: intellectual property, antitrust, First Amendment, entertainment and new media, telecommunications, biotechnology, internet, and cybercrime.
DEADLINE: Submissions must be received by 5pm PST on Feb. 25, 2011.
- The competition is open to all J.D. candidates.
- Each student may submit only one entry.
- Submitted papers must be unpublished. Papers must be no more than 50 pages long, including footnotes. Do NOT use endnotes. Margins should be 1Ē, minimum. Body text must be doublespaced. Font must be Times New Roman or a similar serif font, and 12 point. Footnotes may be 10 pt and single-spaced but there should be a space between notes. Citations must conform to the 19th Ed. of The Bluebook. Submissions are judged anonymously, so the authorís name should not appear anywhere on the paper.
- To submit electronically, please send the completed cover sheet and a copy of your paper to
email@example.com. Submissions MUST include a signed cover sheet that may be
downloaded from the Journal website.
Submit an electronic copy of your (1) paper and (2) cover sheet to:
- Winners will be notified and final results will appear on the Journalís website in late spring. Due to the large number of entries, the Journal cannot contact other entrants.
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Berkeley Technology Law Journal
Please click here to down the Cover Sheet for the competition.
*To be eligible for publication, the winning article must meet the Journalís publication standards.