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LASU Intellectual Property Law Society Announces Essay Competition

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By Dosumu Adeola Christiana, LASU

LASU Intellectual Property Law Society has announced their yearly essay writing competition. The society aims to educate about intellectual property legal rights.

The essay is organised to commemorate the Intellectual Property day which falls on 26th April 2021.

Eligibility and Guidelines for the competition are as follows;

  • Applicants must be law students
  • Entries must be submitted with participant’s full name and university
  • Minimum word count is 1000 words and Maximum is 1500 words. It must be in Word Format.

Application deadline is 30th April 2021. Submission to be made here.

The essay is officially sponsored by SPA Ajibade & Co.


Dosumu Adeola Christiana is a law student at the Lagos state university. She is the Campus Ambassador for LASU. Christiana is passionate about human rights activism and pro bono legal outfits. She loves writing and journalism.

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