From the university to court — a lawyer can never do without drafting. The ability to argue and introduce ideas in an organized and well-structured way is of crucial importance when it comes to application of law and proper protection of rights. The IBAHRI Law Essay Competition aims to encourange and stimulate new ideas, approaches and discussions among the Azerbaijani students and youth community in the field of human rights and legal profession.
February 1, at The Human Rights Essay Award is an annual competition sponsored by the Academy that seeks to stimulate the production of scholarly work in international human rights law.
Participants have the flexibility to choose any subject related to the assigned topic. The essay must be a legal article.
The Academy will grant two Awards, one for the best article in English and one for the best article in Spanish. Candidates for the Award must hold a law degree and have a demonstrated experience or interest in international human rights law.
The Award in each case will consist of: Recipients will be chosen according to the following regulations: Past Winners cannot submit essays in future competitions.
To apply for the Human Rights Essay Award, candidates must choose a subject pertaining to the topic chosen by the Academy for the year. Participants will have the flexibility to choose any subject related to the substantive law relevant to the field.
International human rights law can be understood to include international humanitarian law and international criminal law. The paper must be within the scope of the topic or it will be disqualified. Only one submission will be accepted per applicant in either language.
If more than one article is received, it will be left up to the applicant to decide which article to officially submit. Should the applicant not indicate a preference, the first article received by the Academy will be the one considered for the competition.
The papers must not exceed 35 pages in length, including footnotes. Essays must use Times New Roman font, point double-spaced for the body of the essay and point single-spaced for footnotes.
Character spacing must be set to normal. All essays must be on letter size paper 8.
Any essay that does not follow the guidelines will be reformatted and 5 points will be taken off. If the essay is longer than 35 pages, it will be automatically disqualified.
The essay has to be a legal article; therefore, it will include foot pages and citations. The absence of those will cause that the essay will be disqualified.
The acceptable format to cite sources is in single-spaced footnotes. Authors should not put their name or any identifying information in their essays. Essays will only be accepted in Word Format In addition, each participant must also include a curriculum vitae of no more than three pages in length explaining the experience or interest of the author in human rights issues.The Global Student Essay Competition has been closed.
Check back in February if you are interested in participating in the Essay Competition. As in past years, the essay competition will be open to both undergraduate and graduate students from accross the globe.
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