The sum of it is, there’s a blog post contest, and there is cash-money involved. Full stop.
(My blog title may have fanned the flames of your interest by mentioning “fame,” but who’s to say, really?)
The Expert Institute is seeking great law student blog posts and decided a contest may be the best way to locate them (this is their first annual). You can read more details here.
There are a list of rules (it is a legal writing competition, after all), but note that the contest is (1) open to all law students in the United States and Canada and (2) open through December 31, so you have time to provide much valuable content for possible review.
And yes, as you might guess, posts must be related somehow to the use of expert witnesses in litigation.
Turn up, law students! If an Arizona blogger earns a prize in the contest, maybe we at Arizona Attorney Magazine will throw a little fame their way ourselves. (No promises; I’m just thinking out loud. Get writing.)
Have a marvelous—and blog-worthy—weekend.Follow @azatty