The Law and Society Association offers awards for scholarship and mentoring in the field of law and society and for service to the Association. The award nominations are issued in the Fall of each year, and the awards are given at the Annual Meeting. Each award is funded by individual contributions.
2016 Awards are open for nominations in fall, 2015. Book award and Pipkin Prize nominations close December 15, 2015 and all other awards close January 15, 2016.
Ends on 5/16/2016
Deadline is May 16,2016
- The logo concept should be reflective of the 2017 conference destination, Mexico, D.F., Mexico, and/or Latin America, and/or any concept or theme related to Law and Society in general.
- The logo concept should not include references, symbols or messages that may be deemed offensive, discriminatory, or inappropriate.
- The logo should be conceptual rather than literal. It may incorporate abstract symbols, but should not be visually identical or similar to previous conference logos nor include elements of the logos of any of the co-sponsoring organizations.
- The logo concept should be original, not copied from others or from previous designs, including prior works by the contestant. The contestants should ensure that their entry does not violate the intellectual property rights or any other person, entity or organization.
- The logo should include the name of the meeting “International Meeting on Law and Society”, the place “Mexico City”, and the year 2017.
- The logo concept should have a maximum of 4 colors, work well on white and colored backgrounds, and fit into a squared box in both portrait and landscape formats. The logo should be easy to use, handle, resize and manipulate for reproduction purposes, and visually appealing on both small and large scale, and adaptable for electronic or printed display on websites, social media, posters, banners, clothing, business cards and other conference promotional materials.
- Entries must be submitted in one of the following formats: .png, .jpg, .psd, .eps (at least 300 dpi resolution, 600 dpi preferred). If the logo incorporates non-standard fonts, the contestant must be able to provide the font should the logo be selected as winner. Any colors used should be from the CMYK model.