Writing competition for students
VOLOKH at mail.law.ucla.edu
Wed Nov 13 15:04:26 PST 2002
This is the first I've heard of this group, and I haven't focused on
this closely enough to see what their political spin might be, but given the
money for students, it struck me as fitting with the "public interest
announcement" category, so I'm passing it along.
From: Duane T. Schmidt [mailto:dschmidt at alliancedefensefund.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 2:43 PM
To: dschmidt at alliancedefensefund.org
Subject: William Pew Religious Freedom Scholarship - Cash Awards for Law
Students - $$$$
The William Pew Religious Freedom Scholarship competition is an annual
writing competition administered by the Alliance Defense Fund for law
Winning law students receive cash awards as follows: First Place = $5,000;
Second Place = $2,000; and Third Place = $500.
The issue for the 2003 Pew Scholarship Competition is:
"Do publicly funded state law school placement offices violate the First
Amendment rights of law students and prospective religious legal employers
by requiring such employers to certify that they do not discriminate on the
basis of religion, marital status, sexual orientation, and other grounds?"
Additional information is available on the ADF web site:
Please share this information with law students. Thank you.
Duane T. Schmidt
Director, Blackstone Legal Resource Ctr.
Alliance Defense Fund
15333 N. Pima Suite 165
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
dschmidt at alliancedefensefund.org <mailto:dschmidt at alliancedefensefund.org>
ADF Web site: http://www.alliancedefensefund.org
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