FSLA 2015 Student Essay Competition

By January 12, 2015 Junior Lawyers, Students No Comments

The Financial Services Lawyers Association (FSLA) is pleased to announce the title of its annual student essay competition.

Competition vs Regulation: Could there come a time when truly competitive markets no longer need FCA rules?

This competition aims to provide a platform for students and trainee practitioners (trainee solicitors and pupils) to research and discuss a topic under legal and policy debate in the industry.

Essays should be no longer than 1,500 words and submitted before Friday 1 May 2015 to treasurer@fsla.org.uk marked ‘Essay Competition 2015’. Please read the full competition rules here.

The Chris Stallard Memorial Prize (First Prize) is £1,500 plus a six week internship at the FCA (two weeks with the Regulatory Decisions Committee, two weeks with the Enforcement Division, and two weeks with the General Counsel’s Division). Second prize is £500. Third prize is £250.

Entrants need not be FSLA members, although students are entitled to free FSLA membership. To join, please email treasurer@fsla.org.uk.

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