On the occasion of its 10th Anniversary, the Carbon & Climate Law Review (CCLR) wishes to recognize the next generation of climate law researchers by hosting an international essay competition for emerging scholars.
Ambassador Raúl A. Estrada-Oyuela, a distinguished international lawyer and influential pioneer in the history of international climate negotiations, has graciously agreed to serve as patron of this award.
The CCLR Editorial Board invites emerging scholars who are in the process of completing their undergraduate or graduate degrees (including PhD or equivalent) or who graduated no earlier than 1 April 2016 to submit article manuscripts for consideration for the Raúl Estrada Award for Emerging Scholars in Climate Law.
· Thematic focus on climate change and the law
· Undergraduate, graduate or doctoral student status (or graduation no earlier than 1 April 2016)
· Format: 5.000-7.000 words, in English, using style guideline available at: www.lexxion.eu/cclr/author-guidelines
· Deadline for submissions: 15 March 2017
The five best entrants will be published in CCLR Issue 2/2017. The winner will receive a one-year subscription to CCLR and a certificate signed by Ambassador Estrada-Oyuela.
Please submit submissions as a Word document via eMail to the Executive Editor of CCLR: Nelly Stratieva at firstname.lastname@example.org. View full award notice.