Entries invited for the 2019 PLA Essay Competition – cash prize and publication in the Estates Gazette!

 

THE ALAN LANGLEBEN MEMORIAL ESSAY COMPETITION 2019

OPEN TO ALL PLA MEMBERS

The 2019 Memorial Essay Competition has now been launched and we welcome submissions from PLA members on the below question.

ESSAY QUESTION
What is the most unjust and/or unfair decision/statute/doctrine or principle in Property Law?

  • The essay must be no more than 1,500 (one thousand five hundred) words in length.
  • Competitors must state on the front of their essay submission their name, address and email address.
ELIGIBILITY

The Competition is open to all current members of the PLA, with the exception of Honorary, Retired or Academic members, or any current members of the Executive Committee or Law Reform Committee.

SUBMISSIONS
All submissions must be sent by email to essaycomp@pla.org.uk to be received no later than 5pm on Friday, 15 February 2019.  We recommend that you set an ’email read’ receipt to ensure that your submission has been received.

PRIZE
There will be a prize in the form of a cheque for £1,000 for the winning entry and a trophy. In addition, the winner will be entitled to use the designation ‘Recipient of the Alan Langleben Memorial Essay Prize’. The winning essay will also be published in the Estates Gazette. The winner will be announced at the PLA’s Annual Conference in March.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
To read the Terms and Conditions for the 2019 essay competition click here.

 

Bryan Johnston
Chairman
Property Litigation Association

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