The competition judging panel comprised Dr Hanna Jaireth, national editor of the NELR; Wayne Gumley, Senior Lecturer, Business Law and Taxation, Monash University, and Greg Mc Intyre SC, Chair of the Environment and Planning Law Group in the Law Council’s Legal Practice Section, and a former NELA President.We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2011 NELA Environmental Law Essay Competition is Kate Browne from Victoria with her Essay entitled Climate Change and Statelessness The Disappearance of Small Island States.
The competition judging panel comprised Dr Hanna Jaireth, national editor of the NELR; Wayne Gumley, Senior Lecturer, Business Law and Taxation, Monash University, and Greg Mc Intyre SC, Chair of the Environment and Planning Law Group in the Law Council’s Legal Practice Section, and a former NELA President.Tags: Psychosynthesis The WillFinancial Plan For Business PlanCollege Admissions Essay PromptsArgument Essay Topics For Middle School StudentsThesis E-MarketplacePhysical Therapy Business PlanLearn To Cook EssayTreasure Island Thesis Statement
In addition to Chicago Style citations, include your name, email address, and the course for which the essay was written.
Finally, you must include a short (1-2 paragraph) abstract of the paper, explaining its central argument, method, and primary sources.
NELA is pleased to announce Ms Madeleine Figg, from the University of Tasmania Law School, is the winner of the 2013 NELA Essay Competition.
Her essay on 'Protecting Third Party Rights of Appeal, Protecting the Environment: A Tasmanian Case Study' impressed the judges as a fresh look at the issue, highlighting their importance in achieving better outcomes for the environment even though the majority deal with private interests.
Katharine has won a cash prize and a year's free membership of NELA for her efforts.
Our congratulations to Katharine on this achievement.
Prizes: First Prize: 0 FIU Bookstore Credit Second Prize: FIU Bookstore Credit Third Prize: FIU Bookstore Credit Winners will also be considered for publication in The Atlantic Millennium, a graduate-student journal published by the Department of History’s Graduate Student Association.
The NELA Essay Competition is open to any student enrolled at an Australian tertiary institution (including undergraduate and postgraduate programs).
Winning essays will also be considered for publication in relevant journals or NELA publications.
NELA is committed to facilitating debate on Australia's enviromental laws.