Journal Article Prize

The winner of the BILA Article Prize was announced and presented with their prize, consisting of a BILA pen and a certificate evidencing the award of the prize, at the BILA Annual General Meeting, held on Friday 27th October 2017 in the Old Library at Lloyd’s.

The winner was:

 

Flood Re Eligibility: Should The Net Be Cast Wider?

authored by

Rhys Llewelyn Jenkins

Published in issue No 130 of the BILA Journal

 

 

BILA offers an annual article prize, which is aimed at motivating newcomers to BILA:

The rules for the prize are as follows:

  •  To be awarded by the BILA Committee at the same time as the BILA Book Prize (in the Autumn),
  • All articles published in BILA Journal since the award of the last prize to be considered.
  • To qualify, an article must have been written by an author who is not a member of the BILA Committee, or any BILA sub-committee, and who has not previously written for the Journal or been a speaker at a BILA event.
  • No application is necessary: all qualifying articles will be considered. 


The proposed successful author will be contacted in advance to check whether he or she accepts the prize

 

The Committee in its absolute discretion may decide that the prize shall not be awarded in any year.  The decision of the Committee on any matter relating to the prize shall be final. 

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