The University of Connecticut School of Law announces a writing competition for junior legal scholars, called the 2013 Junior Scholars Workshop on Financial Services Law. The competition is open to law faculty with less than six years of teaching experience. The competition is open only to papers that explore topics in financial services law. Appropriate paper topics include, but are not limited to: – Banking, securities, insurance, and commodities regulation; – Regulatory issues concerning the shadow banking system; – Consumer financial services and the regulation of those services; – Payment systems and other topics of commercial law related to commercial banking; – Legal implications of bank-based versus capital-markets-based systems of finance; and – Systemic financial risk.
SUBMISSIONS: Either a full paper or a precis of 800 to 1200 words will be accepted for purposes of the March 8, 2013 deadline. Short abstracts are not sufficient. Submissions should be made by email attachments in MSWord or pdf. Submissions should include: 1) a full draft of the paper, if available, 2) a precis of 800 to 1200 words in all cases, and 3) the author’s curriculum vitae. Acknowledgement of the submission will be sent (please follow up by telephone if you do not receive an acknowledgement). Submissions and inquiries should be directed to: Professor Patricia A. McCoy, University of Connecticut School of Law, Tel.: 860-570-5056,firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: March 8, 2013. For more information visit here.