American University Business Law Review (AUBLR) extends most offers to students who compete in the spring Write-On Competition. AUBLR also extends invitations to students who transfer to the Washington College of Law and compete in the fall Transfer Write-On Competition.
You are eligible to compete in the spring Write-On Competition if:
- you are a first-year full-time or part-time student at WCL
- you are a second-year part-time student who has not participated in previous write-on competitions at WCL and did not attempt to grade on to a journal after your 1L year
If you are a transfer student, you are eligible to compete in the fall Transfer Write-On Competition in the year that you transfer to WCL if:
- you are a second-year full-time or part-time student
- you are a third-year part-time student
Both the spring Write-On Competition and the fall Transfer Write-On Competition require participants to complete a case note that analyzes a legal question using materials provided to them by AUBLR. The law review extends invitations to students who write case notes that demonstrate excellent legal analysis, organization, style, and endnote development.
For more information, please contact the Joint Journal Committee at email@example.com.