Law reform essay competition 2010

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Conclusions and Relevance   Policy makers should build on progress made by the Affordable Care Act by continuing to implement the Health Insurance Marketplaces and delivery system reform, increasing federal financial assistance for Marketplace enrollees, introducing a public plan option in areas lacking individual market competition, and taking actions to reduce prescription drug costs. Although partisanship and special interest opposition remain, experience with the Affordable Care Act demonstrates that positive change is achievable on some of the nation’s most complex challenges.

The South African Law Reform Commission, in partnership with Juta, invites law faculties and all LLB and LLM students to participate in the Ismail Mahomed Law Reform Essay Competition for the 2013 academic year. The purpose of the Competition, named in honour of the late Chief Justice and former Chairperson of the South African Law Reform Commission, is to encourage critical legal writing by students while generating ideas for law reform which are aligned to South Africa's priorities as a developmental state. The Competition is open to all LLB and LLM students registered at a South African university in the 2013 academic year. Entries for the Competition should be submitted not later than 30 September 2013 to:
The Secretary, South African Law Reform Commission
Private Bag X668, Pretoria, 0001
Tel: 012 622 6336, Email: jjoni@

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