ACT Project Partner’s Event : Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition by CLCT
This event is organized by our partner; Center for Legal & Court Technology.
One of the Cyberjustice Laboratory’s partner in the ACT Project, the Center for Legal and Court Technologies (CLCT) of William & Mary Law School, is pleased to announce its second annual writing competition dedicated to innovative legal issues likely to arise from Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, and/or related technologies. Due to great interest last year, the competition has been opened to all students, including those enrolled in doctoral programs.
All current law students are cordially invited to submit one paper which must:
- Set forth the likely issue;
- Explain why it likely will arise and to what degree; and
- Analyze the probability that it can be readily resolved by application of existing law.
A submission is not required to contain a proposed solution to the issue; however, any plausible and well-articulated solutions put forward are likely to impress the judges!
Judges will select the best entries which creatively and innovatively address these criteria.
Judges will award to the best papers two cash prizes of $2,000 each, and one of $1,000.
The deadline for receipt of entries is December 18, 2018.
We invite you to submit your application to participate in this event.
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