Bold ideas challenge for law students
How can organisations become better corporate citizens? That is the challenge and question being put to university students as part of corporate law firm A&L Goodbody's Bold Ideas Student Innovation Award competition.
At the launch, the firm also announced its intention to recruit 40 graduate positions over the coming months as part of its Trainee Recruitment Programme.
Bold Ideas is A&L Goodbody's annual student innovation award competition, which recognises the most innovative ideas from either undergraduate or postgraduate students from all disciplines.
The prize is a four-week summer internship with A&L Goodbody Dublin, with the opportunity to complete one week of the internship in one of the firm's international offices (London, New York or San Francisco).
Some €3,000 in cash is also provided for students to put towards their studies.
For further information, or to apply to Bold Ideas Law Student Innovation Award, simply log on to www.algoodbody.com/boldideasaward. The deadline for submissions is November 3, 2014.
Entries can be in written form, a short video or in any other format. Written entries should be about three to five pages in length.