Colin Donald Environmental Law Prize

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The National Trust for Scotland, in partnership with the University of Glasgow, is offering an exciting prize for students of environmental law.
The prize is in honour of the late Colin Donald, who had a distinguished association with both partners, spanning a period of four decades.

To enter the competition:

Applicants should submit an essay (maximum 5000 words) on an environmental law subject of their choice. The competition is open to Scottish University Undergraduate and Postgraduate students and submitted essays must be work undertaken in the current academic session.

The writer of the winning environmental law essay will win a cash prize of £500 and be offered a placement in the legal department of
the National Trust for Scotland in summer 2017.

The deadline for submission of essays is Friday 31 March 2017. Submissions will be judged by an expert panel with the winner being announced by the National Trust for Scotland.

Please send submissions to:

Professor Iain MacNeil
School of Law
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ
head-law-school@glasgow.ac.uk

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