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The Connecticut Bar Foundations Tenth Annual James W. Cooper Fellows Essay Contest is challenging high school-age students to voice their opinions on "The Trouble with Texting."
The contest winner will receive a $3,000 savings bond. Two runners-up will receive $1,500 savings bonds each. The winning students, school contest coordinators and principals will receive awards at a ceremony presided over by Connecticut Supreme Court Justices at the Connecticut Supreme Court.
The contest is open to high school students, vocational technical school students, students enrolled in a high school diploma credit program under the age of 21 and high school age homeschooled students.
For more information: Sandy Klebanoff, (860) 722-2494, firstname.lastname@example.org.