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Student Writing Competition on Bankruptcy

posted by Katie Porter

Aspiring bankruptcy geeks (I surely mean experts) and their law professors take note: the National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees is sponsoring a law student writing competition. The paper can be on any issue that concerns chapter 13. The winner will receive a prize and the winning paper will be published in the NACTT Quarterly. The deadline is April 30th. The complete announcement is available on the NACTT website.


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