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Kudos! Allan Richarz ('13) wins Canadian Tech Law Association (IT.Can) Writing Contest
Congratulations to Allan Richarz ('13), who was chosen as the 2013 winner of the Annual Student Writing Competition held by the Canadian Tech Law Association (IT.Can). Allan's paper, "Near-Field Communication Technology: Regulatory and Legal Recommendations for Embracing the NFC Revolution", was chosen out of a field of very strong papers submitted by law students from all over the country.
IT.Can will formally award the prize to Allan at its 17th Annual Conference, which will be held at the Regency Hyatt in Toronto, October 24-25, 2013. Allan will receive a cash prize of $1,000 and complimentary registration and hotel expenses to attend the conference, and his paper will be considered for publication in the Canadian Journal of Law & Technology.
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