WIN PRIZES VALUED AT R35 000!
The Democratic Governance and Rights Unit is launching an annual essay prize for articles written about the judiciary!
The topic for your submissions should cover any issue relating to the judiciary, such as appointment of judges, judicial independence, the regulation of judicial conduct, and judicial governance and administration.
While the focus of the essay should be on the South African judiciary, comparative discussions will be accepted.
Co-authored essays will not be accepted.
The prize is open to all students who are enrolled for an LLB or LLM at a South African University, at the closing date of the competition.
The winner will receive R15 000!
The prize is open to emerging academics (lecturer or senior lecturer, or equivalent) at a South African University, at the closing date of the competition
The winner will receive R20 000!
All submissions should be written in English and follow the house style of your law faculty or of the South African Law Journal.
Word limit for students is 8 000 words maximum.
Word limit for academics is 12 000 words maximum, including references.
Closing date: 30 September 2021
Email entries or queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org