ANN: The Selden Society David Yale Prize
The Selden Society David Yale Prize
This prize competition was established in 1998 in honour of Mr D.E.C. Yale, QC, FBA, a past President and Literary Director of the Society.
The prize is for an outstanding contribution to the history of the laws of England and Wales, from scholars who have been engaged in research on the subject for not longer than ten years.
A competition for the prize will be held again in 2017. The value of the prize will be £1000.
Entries must be of work published after 1 January 2014, or of works accepted for publication.
Nominations for the prize should be sent to the Secretary, Selden Society, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, to arrive no later than 31 September 2017 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please send two copies of the work to be considered, and a curriculum vitae of the author. In the case of works as yet unpublished, please provide confirmation by the relevant editor or publisher of acceptance for publication.