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ACJA LAE National Student Paper Competition

The National Student Paper Competition is open to any degree-seeking student enrolled in an academic program at either the undergraduate or graduate level who is a member of the American Criminal Justice Association-Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Membership applications may accompany entries. Those with terminal degrees are not eligible. All entries must be original papers which deal with issues and problems in the areas of criminology, law enforcement, juvenile justice, courts, corrections, prevention, planning and evaluation, career development, or education in the criminal justice field. Papers must be at least 1,500 words (minimum of 5 pages) with a suggested maximum of 3,000 words. Three copies of the paper and application must be submitted. Request applications from the National Office.



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