Thu, Apr 30|
Location is TBD
Young CMI Essay Prize
This year the CMI Assembly decided to open up the scope of the yCMI Essay to accommodate any topic of current relevance to maritime law. The prize is an invitation to attend the next CMI international event, in Tokyo 20 - 24 October 2020 - including travel from your home city, accommodation in Tokyo
Time & Location
Apr 30, 2020, 12:00 AM – 4:00 PM GMT+2
Location is TBD
About the Event
The Comité Maritime International invites submissions for the 2020 Young Persons’ Essay Prize for original unpublished writing. Topic for 2020: This year the CMI Assembly decided to open up the scope of the yCMI Essay to accommodate any topic of current relevance to maritime law.
Candidates are invited to visit the CMI website’s pages on work in progress – this might provide stimulation for the choice of topic.
Who may submit: Candidates should be:
• 35 or younger on 30 April 2020; and
• A member of a CMI member Maritime Law Association; or
• A person actively engaged in the practice, study or research of maritime law as prescribed in the Prize Rules.
Closing date: 30 April 2020
Length of paper: Max 6000 words (including footnotes, but excluding table of contents)
How & Where to submit: By email to email@example.com
Rules & Criteria: On the CMI website https://comitemaritime.org/young-cmi/
The prize: An invitation to attend the next CMI international event, in Tokyo 20 - 24 October 2020 - including travel from your home city, accommodation in Tokyo, CMI conference registration fee and a modest spending allowance. More importantly, the opportunity to present a condensed version of your winning paper to the CMI’s gathering of the world’s leading maritime lawyers.
This is the maritime world’s most prestigious prize for original writing Please note that the Prize Rules lay down strict requirements for timing, supporting documentation, structure, citation and format of entries.
All requirements must be met by the closing date for a submission to be considered.
For further information contact Evelien Peeters at firstname.lastname@example.org