Law Day Essay Contest | Contests | Missouri NEA
Register Online! Share this page. Throughout our nation's history, lawmakers, judges, and the American people have debated how far those rights should extend.
Please refrain from targeting specific individuals in your essay. Each essay will be judged based upon format, clarity, style, reasoning, creativity and overall effort. Entries in the Law Day Essay Contest will be grouped into three divisions.
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First Place winners in each Division will have their essays published in the newspaper. Each essay must be words or fewer, typed, and double spaced, one sided or neatly handwritten. The title, citations, footnotes, and bibliography will be excluded from the word limit. Each student may submit only one entry. Download the coversheet here. Deadline for entries is Friday, March 8, , at p.
Entries will not be returned unless requested when submitted. Entries are limited to one per student in each contest. Each student will receive a participant certificate. Teachers who submit multiple student entries will be sent blank certificates ready for personalization for each student who enters.
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Winners are typically announced by late February. Please check this site for updates. First- and second-place winners in each category will receive a framed award certificate in addition to prize money, honorable mention recipients will receive an award certificate. First-place winners will be invited to an award presentation ceremony at the Capitol. Presentation of second-place and honorable mention awards will vary by county but will typically be presented by their local county bar association either at the school or in a separate ceremony.
Judges reserve the right to not award a prize for every grade level. First-place and second-place cash prizes and plaques will be awarded for each grade level.
Honorable mention certificates may also be awarded. Transitional first-grade T-1 students will be judged within the "kindergarten" category. Tip: Printing the entry form on the back of the coloring sheet helps keep them from getting separated.
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