Third-year BC Law student Erica Coray (pictured above, with Bloomberg Rep Eric Malinowski) is one of ten law students who won the Bloomberg Law nationwide Write-On Competition. Students from schools across the country submitted their original articles on current legal trends, and the winners were selected by Bloomberg’s senior editorial executives. Each winner is awarded $2,500 and will be published in the April edition of selected Bloomberg BNA Law Reports.
“We’re honored to recognize the talented law students that are the winners of this year’s Write-On Competition,” said David Perla, president of Bloomberg Law and Bloomberg BNA’s Legal Division, in a recent email. “Winning this competition is a great honor and we are excited to showcase these articles on Bloomberg Law and on our Website.”
Coray’s article, “The EEOC’s Inclusion of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Under Title VII’s Prohibition of Sex Discrimination and Possible Implications for Employers,” is available online now and will appear in the Employment Discrimination Report.
“Participating in the Bloomberg Write-on Competition was a great experience that allowed me to further develop my writing, particularly as the competition requires a concise article aimed at practitioners,” Coray said. “It’s always great to have opportunities to have work published while in law school and I’m looking forward to seeing my article in print.”
Coray is the editor in chief of the Boston College Journal of Law & Social Justice and will join the Boston office of Mintz Levin as an associate in the fall of 2016.
The full list of winners is available on the competition website.