Writing Competitions

Program in Intellectual Property Law

There are numerous writing competitions of special interest to Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Law students. This page contains a list of several annual competitions relating to intellectual property law. For a full listing of current writing contests (not limited to IP law), visit the writing competition Record page maintained by Dean Sowle. For additional information on IP law competitions, check the bulletin board outside of Room 729.

Stanford Technology Law Review Annual Paper Contest

For details, visit stlr.stanford.edu.

The Ladas Memorial Award

For details, visit www.inta.org/Academics/Pages/LadasMemorialAward.aspx.

Conference on Computers, Freedom, & Privacy Student Competition

For details, visit www.cfp.org.

Yale Law School Interdisciplinary Writing Competition

For details, visit www.law.yale.edu/intellectuallife/informationsocietyproject.htm.

The American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal Publication Staff Competition

For details, visit www.aipla.org.

George Hutchinson Writing Contest, presented by the Federal Circuit Bar Association

For details, visit www.fedcirbar.org.

Robert C. Watson Award Competition sponsored by the American Intellectual Property Law Association

For details, visit www.aipla.org.

The GRAMMY Foundation's Entertainment Law Initiative Legal Writing Competition

For details, visit www.grammy.org/grammy-foundation/preservation/entertainment-law-initiative-eli.

Berkeley Technology Law Journal Student Comment Competition

For details, visit www.law.berkeley.edu/institutes/bclt.