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Crypto Law Review - Student Article Prize


CLR MATCH ROUND 5

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ROUND 5

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{"ops":[{"insert":"This is a last-day/last-minute addition to Round 4. Think of it as a #FlashGrant application. Because, YOLO.\n\nFor more background, pls see this "},{"attributes":{"link":"https://twitter.com/CryptoLawRev/status/1216585577434435584?s=20"},"insert":"exchange between CLR & Vitalik Buterin"},{"insert":".\n\n"},{"attributes":{"bold":true},"insert":"WHAT"},{"insert":": \n\nWe are soliciting crypto contributions to "},{"attributes":{"underline":true,"bold":true},"insert":"reward the highest-read Crypto Law Review article written by a law student in Q1 2020"},{"insert":".\n\n"},{"attributes":{"bold":true},"insert":"WHY"},{"insert":":\n\nBecause we need to raise the level of crypto competence in the global legal bar. Writing competitions are popular ways to incentivize law students to produce high quality articles on legal topics of general interest. \n\nA crypto prize pool is the best way to reward a student's best efforts and to raise awareness about underlying crypto projects. Writing competitions are also known ways to incentivize authorship/readership --> higher overall profile/visibility for all stakeholders.\n\n"},{"attributes":{"bold":true},"insert":"GROUND RULES:"},{"insert":" \n\nPrize open to law students who publish an article of any length at CLR in Q1 2020; "},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"Contributors may publish more than 1 article, but stats for only 1 highest-read article will be used;"},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"\"Highest-read\" = most unique article views (not \"reads,\" but views), per Medium stats;"},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"Awardee must be a law student currently enrolled in any law school, globally (at any year level, from L1 to L10);"},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"Prize will be awarded by CLR editorial board by April 7, 2020;"},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"Editors reserve the right to add other rules as reasonably necessary."},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"\n"},{"attributes":{"bold":true},"insert":"ABOUT US:"},{"insert":"\n\nCrypto Law Review (@CryptoLawRev www.cryptolawreview.org) is a peer-reviewed online law journal serving broader crypto community. We are known within the Ethereum community for: (1) our willingness to challenge dogmas; (2) our regulatory outreach efforts; (3) advocacy for a broad conception of crypto, including non-financial use cases.\n\nSome stats:\n\nSince June 2018, we have grown to past 1000 subscribers (700+ on Medium; ~1000 on Twitter; ~200 email);"},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"We have published 100+ original articles and draw "},{"attributes":{"bold":true},"insert":"3,000+ unique monthly visitors"},{"insert":";"},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"We are an independent and non-profit org, with editors from leading global law schools. "},{"attributes":{"list":"bullet"},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"\n\n\n\n"}]}

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