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Thursday, February 23, 2012

ICSID Review - Student Writing Competition

The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) is pleased to announce the Annual ICSID Review - Foreign Investment Law Journal Student Writing Competition.

All submissions must be received by Midnight (EST) on 1st May, 2012.

Contestants must be individuals currently enrolled in the study of law anywhere in the world at the undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate level.


Entries should address a procedural or substantive issue in international investment arbitration.

Language: Articles may be submitted in any of the Centre's official languages: English, French or Spanish.

Formatting: Articles should be written according to the following formatting conventions: Word format; Times New Roman, 12-point font; double-spaced text; and 1-inch margins.

Heading: Please be sure to provide at the top of the article the full title of the submission and the author name.

Author Bio:
The author should include a brief bio as a footnote on the first page of the text,indicating current affiliations.

Organization of the Text:
In order to maximize clarity, we encourage authors to make generous use of headings, sections and other organizational devices.

All conclusions by the author, other than the author's opinions, should be be documented to the extent practicable by detailed footnotes. These footnotes should contain full and accurate information on the sources consulted for the conclusions.

Citation Style: Follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed.).

Only one submission per student is permitted. Only original and previously unpublished papers are eligible. Jointly authored papers are not eligible.

Papers must be sent by e-mail to Ms. Meg Kinnear at

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