SCAD Compete Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy Competition for Aspiring Lawyers: Win an Internship at SimmonsCooper Partners plus Tablets & More

Are you a law student interested in improving your legal skills while gaining amazing experience and rewards? Then this information is for you.

SimmonsCooper Partners, a full-service international Law Firm presents the 2014 edition of SCAD Compete – a Brief writing and oral advocacy competition. Annually, over 100 aspiring lawyers from across Nigerian Universities participate in the Brief writing contest and the best 10 entries are selected by a team of some of the finest practitioners in the Nigerian legal industry.

The 10 candidates are then invited to participate in an intensive training on advocacy and modern lawyering skills. This culminates into an oral advocacy competition where the Winner emerges.

Contestants are required to write an Appellate Brief of no more than 20 pages in response to a factual dispute. Only successful candidates at the Brief Writing Stage will be invited for the final round.

The top three finalists will receive amazing prizes including tuition support, tablet devices, mentoring and internship opportunities at SimmonsCooper Partners.

For the Dispute Scenario and entry requirements, click here: www.scp-law.com

Deadline for submission of entries is Tuesday 15th April 2014 at 5PM.

Questions and Comments regarding the Competition should be directed to scadcompete@scp-law.com | Call 01-4614016, 07063495201, 08138002859

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