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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Blogging Contest for Tax Students

The TaxGirl invites tax students to write a guest post on "any hot tax policy issue" to be published on the site:

I’m not asking for a treatise or a law review article. You don’t have to cite like crazy, though clearly you need to credit any sources or quotes. I’m looking for thought-provoking, well written posts about tax policy. Oh, and relatively short ones, at that. This is a blog, after all. Posts must weigh in, for purposes of the contest, at between 500 and 1500 words. ... You must be a part time or full time law student at an accredited US law school or a part time or full time paralegal student participating in an ABA accredited paralegal program. And yes, an LL.M. student counts.

The winner will have their post featured on the site which carries with it some bragging rights. I’ll post the winning entry – and maybe some standouts – in April. You’ll also win a taxgirl mug ... and a pound of coffee, caffeinated, of course. And … I’ll send a note to prize winner’s professor in any tax course and ask them to give that winner an A.

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"hey, give me free content!"

I just got an email from another tax site asking for the same thing. Write your own posts!

Posted by: anon | Mar 21, 2012 10:28:03 PM