Nominations are now sought for CALE/ACEJ’s two annual awards, with a due date of August 11, 2023.
The two awards are:
- the CALE/ACEJ Best Paper Award, which recognizes the best legal ethics and professionalism paper by an emerging scholar, and
- the CALE/ACEJ Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes sustained accomplishments in legal ethics and professionalism.
More information about the awards, including previous winners and the terms of the awards, is at https://ethicsincanada.com/cale-awards/.
For Best Paper nominations, submit an anonymized version of the paper to firstname.lastname@example.org (can be your or someone else’s paper) by August 11, 2023. While we cannot ensure full blind review given the nature and size of the community, we will do the best we can.
For Lifetime Achievement nominations, complete and submit the nomination form (available on request from Corporate Secretary Basil Alexander) and the required supporting letter(s) to email@example.com by August 11, 2023. If it is easier for you, the form and the supporting letter(s) may be submitted separately.
The awards will be presented at the annual conference (October 19-21, 2023) at the University of Victoria.
If you have any questions, contact Basil Alexander.
The selection committee for this year’s awards is Amy Salyzyn (chair), Brooke MacKenzie and Pooja Parmar.