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Gay & Lesbian Lawyers Network holds scholarship essay contest, 'How to Deal With Bullying'

From the Gay & Lesbian Lawyers Network:

Logo The Gay & Lesbian Lawyers Network, Inc. (GLLN) announces a law student scholarship essay contest with the theme: “How to Deal with Bullying, or How I have learned to survive as a Sexual Minority”, with an award of $1200.

The contest is open to all students currently enrolled in any South Florida Law school (FIU College of Law, Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad Law Center, St. Thomas University School of Law, and University of Miami School of Law).

Essay submissions are limited to 1000 to 1200 words, and must be postmarked between January 26 - February 2, 2013, to GLLN Essay Contest, 2301 Wilton Dr, Suite 3, Wilton Manors, FL 33305 by U.S. mail. Full details are available at the GLLN website, GLLN.org.

The GLLN provides Continuing Legal Education luncheons and social events in Broward County open to lawyers, judges, law students and legal workers.

The Florida Bar provided partial funding for this project.

Law Student Scholarship Essay Contest

Application

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