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Joel Davis posted on August 19, 2014 12:39
The ILAW section solicits nominations for the Best Graduate Paper Award for 2015. Papers must be authored solely by graduate students and presented at ISA or another regional or national conference in the calendar year 2014. The submission deadline is extended to November 1st, 2014.

Award regulations are posted on the ISA website. However, in lieu of sending the paper to the Section Secretary, please send it to the Award Committee chair, Davis Brown, at dbrown7@maryville.edu. The paper's personal identifiers will be redacted and forwarded to the other Committee members. Please do not send your paper to the other Committee members directly.
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