The Canadian Centre for Elder Law recently announced its Gregory K. Steele, Q.C., Prize, which awards a student paper on elder law.
The CCEL is looking or submissions of papers of approximately 15-45 pages in length, in French or English, that consider legal issues affecting older people. The award will be presented at the 2012 Canadian Conference on Elder Law this coming November.
The prize includes:
- A $500 CAD honourarium
- Guaranteed Conference presentation of the accepted paper
- Conference registration
- Presentation of an award at the Dinner Address
- A travel subsidy of up to $500.
For more information, visit the CCEL website and see the award submission form.