AI Writing Competition

Fifth Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition is here!

Our 5th Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition is here! CLCT is now accepting papers tackling regulation of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, or other related technologies. All current law students in the U.S. and abroad are encouraged to submit their essays by January 10, 2022. Cash prizes totaling $5,000 will be awarded to the top three submissions. Details & Rules available at CLCT International Writing Competitions.

AI Writing Competition

Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition: And the Winners are . . .

CLCT is pleased to announce the winners of the 4th Annual Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition. The Competition is open to law students worldwide and centers on innovative legal issues likely to arise from Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things. This year’s participants analyzed a wide array of technology topics, including ethical issues arising from facial recognition technology, deepfakes, and predictive algorithms; the digital divide amongst populations; the constitutionality of the American criminal justice system’s use of Artificial Intelligence; and risk management and liability related to IoT devices. 

Submissions were outstanding as in years past, once again making selection of the top three papers challenging. The winners will receive cash prizes provided through grant funding by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation and the opportunity to present their papers to executives from Cisco Systems, Inc.



CLCT congratulates our Winners and Special Mentions, and sends an enormous thank you to every law student that contributed to this year’s Competition. CLCT looks forward to its 5th Annual Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition next year!

AI Writing Competition

Fourth Annual Writing Competition: Deadline Extended!

This semester has been tough, and law students across the globe have had to show resilience and determination to continue their studies in the less than ideal virtual classroom. For this reason, we have decided to extend the deadline for the Fourth Annual Writing Competition to February 7, 2021. We trust that the extra time will allow those who wish to take part, to take some personal time before finishing their submissions.

For more information about the competition, please visit our section on International Writing Competitions.

We wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season!