Annual McGill Law Journal Essay Contest
Winners of the Annual Essay Contest
2023: Anne-Sophie Hulin, Assistant Professor, Université de Sherbrooke
Article: “De la fiducie de données en droit civil québécois : étude exploratoire pour un outil en construction” (2021) 67:2 McGill LJ 119
2022: Daniele Bertolini, Assistant Professor, Ted Rogers School of Management, Law and Business, Ryerson University
Article: “Unpacking Entire Agreement Clauses: On the (Elusive) Search for Contractually Induced Formalism in Contractual Adjudication” (2021) 66:3 McGill LJ 465
SUBMISSIONS NOW WELCOME!
The McGill Law Journal is pleased to announce its fourth annual Essay Contest. The most meritorious article published in the McGill Law Journal that is written by an individual in their first academic appointment in law or a related field will win the $5,000 (CAD) prize.
The contest aims to celebrate and promote excellent scholarship by emerging academics in Canada and internationally. To highlight the bilingual nature of the McGill Law Journal, the essay contest will be run in English and French on alternating years. The fourth edition of the prize will be awarded to the most meritorious eligible article published in English in volume 68 or volume 69 of the McGill Law Journal. The fifth edition of the prize will be awarded to the most meritorious eligible article published in French in volume 69 or volume 70 of the McGill Law Journal. Thereafter, the prize will be awarded in alternating languages.
Individuals that began their first academic appointment within the past seven years before the time of their submission to the Journal will be eligible. It is not necessary that individuals still hold their first appointment at the time of their submission.
Academic appointments that are eligible include tenure-track academic positions or post-doctoral positions at faculties of law in Canada or internationally. Academic appointments in related fields (i.e., appointments outside of faculties of law) are also eligible.
Only single-authored papers will be eligible.
Eligibility of particular authors will be assessed by the Editorial Board in a survey circulated after publication decisions have been finalized. Assessing eligibility after submissions have been accepted for publication ensures that submissions decisions are made without undue attention to the institutional affiliations of authors.
All submissions must meet the criteria to be published in the McGill Law Journal.
All submissions must be received in time to be published in volume 69 of the McGill Law Journal to be considered for the fourth edition of the contest. Submissions that are received later will be eligible for the next edition of the contest. Submissions are welcomed using our website submission portal.
The winning submission will be announced when volume 69 of the McGill Law Journal has gone to print.
|Submitting an Article
|Awarding the Prize