Christopher McGoey ’19 is second place winner in the Insolvency Institute of Canada’s 2019 Law Student Writing Awards Program
The IIC sponsors an annual competition for full-time undergraduate students in Canadian Law Schools.The purpose of the IIC Law Student Writing Awards Program is to stimulate interest among law students in the research and development of papers based on corporate insolvency and restructuring topics and to recognize outstanding achievement in this endeavour.
The awards program gives undergraduate students the opportunity to research insolvency issues, develop ideas, and bring proposals for reform to the attention of the business and legal community.
Winning papers are available to members through the members-side of the website and can also be found on the documents section under resources.
Insolvency Institute of Canada, "Christopher McGoey ’19 is second place winner in the Insolvency Institute of Canada’s 2019 Law Student Writing Awards Program" (2019). Ovations. 364.