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When:
22 May, 2016

Location:
Curtin Student Law Society

Organised by:
Law Society


The CSLS and King & Wood Mallesons Paper Presentation Competition gives students the opportunity to demonstrate and practice their communication, writing and legal research skills.

The internal round of the competition will be judged by a Curtin Academic with the three students with the highest scores progressing to the final to be judged by representatives at King & Wood Mallesons on 27th May.

The winner of the competition will receive the opportunity to be published in the Curtin Law and Taxation Review.

Question:
The potential detrimental effects of Investor-State Dispute Settlement clauses in investment and trade agreements far outweigh any benefits, and it is never in Australia's interests to agree to such clauses. Discuss.

Requirements:
• Submissions must be between 4000 and 8000 words
• Entrant must be enrolled in a Bachelor of Law at Curtin University
• Entrant must be a CSLS member

Deadline for submission is Sunday 22nd May at 11.59pm.

To sign up for the competition, follow this link
http://goo.gl/forms/w4q6Qja578

Please consult www.csls.asn.au > Competitions > Paper Presentation Competition 2016 for detailed rules and regulations for this competition