Are you an aspiring writer with a passion for renewable energy, ESG, and the drive to achieve Net Zero targets?
Here’s your chance to make a mark!
Prospect Law, a distinguished firm ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers, invites all undergraduates and postgraduates to participate in our exciting writing competition. This is an opportunity to have your thoughts and ideas published on our prestigious platform, gaining exposure to professionals in the renewable energy and ESG sectors.
At Prospect Law, we value the fresh perspectives and innovative solutions that young minds bring. By participating in this competition, you not only get the chance to showcase your writing skills but also contribute to shaping a greener and more sustainable world. Here’s what you stand to gain:
Publication Under Your Name: Your winning articles will be featured on the Prospect Law website, attributing your work to your name.
Increased Visibility: Get your name out there! Your articles will be shared on public blogs, boosting your visibility and credibility in the industry.
Head Start in the Sector: Stand out from your peers and gain a head start in the industry. Your insights could set you on a path to becoming one of our go-to paralegals or technical experts for future projects.
Connect with Industry Leaders: Network with a senior team of legal and technical specialists, including Prospect’s Partners—Edward de la Billiere and Edmund Robb—and Rory Tait, Head of Renewables.
Website Reach: Our website receives over 6000 views per month, providing a substantial audience for your published work.
To participate, submit a blog of 750-1,000 words on one of the following topics:
- “What’s holding back the role of renewable energy in achieving the UK’s NetZero targets?”
- “Discuss the role of technological advancements, such as energy storage solutions and smart grids, in overcoming the limitations of renewable energy and enhancing its reliability.”
- “Analyse the challenges and opportunities of transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources in the transportation sector, with a focus on electric vehicles and sustainable mobility.”
The top 5 articles will be selected for publication on our website. Open to both undergraduates and postgraduates.
Deadline: 25th February 2024
Unleash your thoughts, shape the conversation, and be part of the movement towards a sustainable future!