The Barnes-Wall Foundation of South Carolina is again soliciting nominations for the following award to a deserving student:
The foundation will consider providing an award ($500.00) to the best paper on a topic related to military legitimacy.
The award is not intended to recognize a paper for academic credit in an independent study, but an award for the best paper in a class or group of 3 or more. The topic and paper should relate to legal and moral issues in military operations and/or strategy (e.g. democracy, human rights and the rule of law, and religion/cultural issues), with the winning paper being posted (with a non-exclusive right of publication, rights reserved by author) with the author’s permission on the Military Legitimacy Review (MLR) website at http://militarylegitimacyreview.com
A new cycle for 2014 begins, with submissions solicited for the next year’s competition encouraged accepted to a date now extended through May 7, 2014. For additional details please contact the Editor in Chief of the MLR, Professor of Law Kevin Govern, via firstname.lastname@example.org or info@ militarylegitimacyreview.com.