The Society of Construction Law (NZ) are pleased to announce the 2016 New Zealand Society of Construction Law's Essay Prize Competition.
The Essay Prize Competition is designed to encourage an interest in, and the study of, construction law amongst undergraduate or recently graduated students.
This is the fifth year the SCL New Zealand has run the competition with great success.
The SCL New Zealand’s essay prize is modelled on essay prizes offered by other Societies of Construction Law, such as the Hudson Prize offered by the UK Society.
The competition is designed to encourage an interest in construction law amongst undergraduate or recently graduated students. Essays are to be a maximum of 5000 words with an emphasis placed on contribution to the study or practice of construction law or to the application of construction law in the industry.
First Prize: $3,000
Second Prize: $1,500
Please see the attached Notice below for more detailed information about the SCL New Zealand Essay Prize Competition, including conditions of entry and important dates.
The Society encourages those who are eligible to submit their applications for approval by the due date.
13 November 2015
Proposed topics to be submitted for approval.
30 November 2015
SCL Council approves (or otherwise) topics and eligibility.
29 April 2016
Essay closing date
Further information about the Society can be found on its website: www.constructionlaw.org.nz
Society of Construction Law (NZ) Inc