Announcing $500 Writing Contest for Law School Students

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Legal Language Services offers a $500 cash award for the best immigration article submission

Law school students: Can you analyze and write about immigration trends? You could win a $500 cash award from Legal Language Services.

Students attending an accredited US law school are invited to submit an unpublished article on legal issues that affect immigration in the United States and/or abroad.

Articles should reflect recent developments in immigration, bring forth new ideas about the subject or introduce a discussion. Articles should be between 500 and 1,000 words and written for an audience of legal professionals.

The winner will be awarded a $500 cash award, and two runners-up will receive $100 cash awards. Select articles will be posted on the Legal Language Services website. Entries can be submitted through the Legal Language website at http://www.legallanguage.com/contest/ and must be received by Feb. 28, 2011.

The official rules are available at http://www.legallanguage.com/contest/rules/ for more information.

About Legal Language Services:

Since 1983, Legal Language Services has provided certified translation, interpreting, transcription and international litigation support in 150+ languages and dialects to top law firms, corporate legal departments and government agencies.

Legal Language Services offers service of process in more than 90 countries, compulsion of foreign evidence and worldwide skip tracing and asset searches.

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