The American Association of Law Libraries (Legal History and Rare Books Section), in cooperation with Gale Cengage Learning, announces the second annual Morris L. Cohen Student Essay Competition Currently enrolled students attending accredited graduate programs in library science, law, history, or related subjects are eligible to enter the competition. Students may be enrolled either full- or part-time. The winner will receive $500 and up to $1000 to fund a trip to the 2010 AALL Annual Meeting in Denver. Papers must be submitted by April 15; the winner will be announced by May 15.
More complete information is available at the Legal History and Rare Books webite