Enter for the Commonwealth Law Student Essay Competition for a chance to be one of the winners the £1000 cash prize on offer.
According to the organisers, the Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA), the competition is open to all students registered on an undergraduate law degree course within a Higher Education Institution in a Commonwealth Nations.
This means all Nigerian law students are qualified to participates in the competition.
Entrants are expected to write an essay on the title:
“Can the Commonwealth (Latimer House) Principles on Three Branches of Government 2003 serve as an effective framework for safeguarding democracy and the rule of law in Commonwealth Countries?”
A total of £1000 prize money will be awarded to three people.
"£1000 of cash prizes will be awarded to the winners of first, second and third places as follows: 1st Prize: £500 2nd Prize: £300 3rd Prize £200," CLEA announced.
"The winning entry will also be published in the Newsletter of the Commonwealth Legal Education and may also be published in the journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education."
Entries will be received until the 31st of October 2014.
Read the ESSAY COMPETITION RULES HERE.