Opportunity for Undergraduates: Get Published in UCLA’s Law Journal

Interested in law? Get published in UCLA’s 2013-2014 Undergraduate Law Journal!

The Undergraduate Law Journal is now in its final week of recruitment for writers!

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE AT 6 PM THIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2013.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in the legal field or have an interest in current legal and political issues, consider becoming a writer for the UCLA Undergraduate Law Journal! The UCLA Undergraduate Law Journal is open to undergraduate entries, making it one of the few undergraduate law reviews in the country modeled after the laws reviews of top law schools.

The Pre-Law Society’s Undergraduate Law Journal is an annual publication of student-composed articles on law related topics. In the past, students have submitted essays covering a wide range of subjects—from dealing with recent cases and legislation to delving into such topics as legal philosophy, legal history, public policy, and economics.

Students with strong writing skills are encouraged to apply for our open positions in writing. Prior writing and editing experience is helpful, but not necessary. Selected writers are paired with student editors; the writer-editor pair works together from December to April in composing one article for publication. 

The Undergraduate Law Journal is distributed to the TOP 50 U.S. law schools and admission directors who attend UCLA’s Annual Law Forum (the largest student-run law forum in the nation). Deans and assistant deans of admission have consistently been impressed by this unique publication.

Applications are attached to this email, and can also be found at http://www.uclaprelawsociety.org

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE AT 6 PM ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2013.
More information is available in the attached document; should you have any additional inquiries please do not hesitate to contact us at ucla.lawjournal@gmail.com.

Please send completed applications to ucla.lawjournal@gmail.com

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