ANTITRUST LAW STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION
Presented by: Antitrust Law Section
Contact: Professor Edward D. Cavanaugh
Nomination Deadline: April 30, 2016
Date Presented: July, 2016
Award Criteria: Papers
must be written by a currently-enrolled J.D. or LL.M. student at a NYS
Law School or by a NYS resident at any ABA-accredited law school outside
of New York State. Papers may address any antitrust topic and should
generally be 20-30 pages in length with footnotes (no more than 50
pages) written in Bluebook form. Papers may have been submitted to other
writing competitions, but jointly prepared papers are NOT ELIGIBLE.
Prize Awarded: $5,000 cash prize and publication of the winning article.
William T. Lifland Award
The NYSBA Antitrust Section's William T. Lifland Award is presented to antitrust practitioners in recognition of their contributions and accomplishments in the field of antitrust. The Service Award acknowledges those who throughout their professional careers have distinguished themselves as leading antitrust practitioners as well as serving the broader antitrust community in a leadership role. The Service Award is presented to the recipient by the Antitrust Section during the Antitrust Section's annual dinner.
2007 – Martha E. Gifford
2008 – Barbara Anthony
2009 - No award given
2010 – Steven M. Edwards
2011 – Ilene Knable Gotts
2012 – Stephen D. Houck
2013 – Molly S. Boast
2014 – Jay L. Himes
2015 – Bruce J. Prager
2016 Antitrust Section Law Student Fellowship
The New York Bar Foundation is pleased to announce the 2016 Antitrust Section Law Student Fellowship, established by the Foundation through gifts from the Antitrust Section of the New York State Bar Association. The Fellowship, currently valued at $6,000, will be awarded to one or more students to spend the summer of 2016 (10 weeks) working on antitrust matters in one of the following agencies: the New York Office of New York Attorney General, Antitrust Bureau; Federal Trade Commission, Northeast Region; or Department of Justice Antitrust Division, New York Field Office. Fellows will be also be guest members of the NYSBA Antitrust Section for two years starting with the award of the Fellowship.
VIEW THE FELLOWSHIP FLYER AND APPLICATION.
Questions? Contact Deb Auspelmyer at email@example.com.
FELLOWSHIP WINNERS FOR 2015:
Marcella Jayne and Sean Murray of Fordham University School of Law, as well as Sharaf Islam from Duke University are the 2015 recipients of the Antitrust Section Law Student Fellowships, The New York Bar Foundation has announced.
Jayne, Murray and Islam each received $6,000 to work last summer in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in New York City.
"We are pleased to recognize three outstanding law students who have demonstrated
exceptional promise,” said Elai Katz of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP, chair
of the State Bar Association’s Antitrust Law Section. “They will gain unique
experience in antitrust law and contribute to the law's enforcement in our