The Financial Services Lawyers Association is pleased to announce its annual essay competition.
The title for this year’s competition is as follows:
“Senior people somehow manage to keep their fingerprints off the relevant documents”
Is there now a fair and effective system of accountability for senior people in the financial services industry?
The purpose of the essay is to provide students with the opportunity to apply their studies to issues that are of particular relevance to the financial services industry and wider society.
Essays should be no longer than 1,500 words. The full competitions rules can be found on the FSLA website through the link below.
Please submit your essay by Tuesday 16 April 2019 to email@example.com.
Prizes will be presented on Tuesday 11 June 2019 at a reception generously hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright.
The Chris Stallard Memorial Prize (first prize) is a six-week internship with the FCA and £1,500. The runner up prize is £750. Third prize is £500.
Entrants are not required to be FSLA members, though free membership is offered to all law students.