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Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize 2018


The third Peter Cane Prize for Legal Reasoning by an Aspiring Lawyer (2019) is now open to applicants (deadline Monday 4th Feb 2019 at 5 PM). The prize was launched in 2017 and seeks to promote engagement with the ideas and reasoning behind law and legal studies, and particular to encourage those from all backgrounds and walks of life to apply to engage with the academic study of law. The prize is named after the distinguished lawyer, Professor Peter Cane, an internationally acclaimed scholar of legal theory, obligations and public law, and Corpus’ first dedicated law fellow. The final shortlisted candidates each year are invited to attend an afternoon event at Corpus Christi, with legal workshops and an award ceremony, which in 2019 will take place on Tuesday 12 March.


Please see all of the below links in order to correctly make a submission for the Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize.


The below submission form must also be completed. These are only accepted if they are received after the applicant's essay has been submitted.


- Announcement and Rules 2019


- Cover Sheet


- Question


- Sample Answer 1


- Sample Answer 2


- Sample Answer 3


 


    


 


 Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize Essay Submission Form


 Please do not complete this form until you have submitted your essay complete with cover sheet to  prizes@ccc.ox.ac.uk in the format outlined by the Rules document.


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