Accepting Submissions from April 6th - April 30th, 2019

The Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission is sponsoring the second annual video contest for Tennessee law students to increase participation in pro bono work and raise awareness of pro bono efforts, programs, and providers throughout Tennessee. The theme of the contest is Why Pro Bono Matters.

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* 1. Name of Video

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* 2. This video is submitted by:

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* 3. Each video submission must designate one person as the primary contact for the video. The primary contact person for the video will be responsible for all relevant contest communications with the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.

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* 4. All eligible video entries must be submitted via Dropbox between April 6th and April 30th, 2019. Please confirm you have submitted your video in Dropbox by providing the following information:

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* 5. All eligible video entries must submit releases for each student involved in creating the video and each person featured in the video. Releases should be submitted via Dropbox between April 6th and April 30th, 2019. Please confirm that you have submitted all applicable releases by providing the following information

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* 6. In our contest rules we provided several suggested topics for videos. Please check which, if any, of the following suggested topics are directly or indirectly addressed in your video. *You are not required to utilize suggested topics, but may receive additional points if you do so.

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* 7. In our contest rules we provided several suggested partners for videos. Please check which, if any, of the following suggested partners you directly or indirectly partnered with in your video. *You are not required to utilize suggested partners, but may receive additional points if you do so.

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* 8. In our contest rules we provide that videos should be at least 30 seconds long and no longer than 2 minutes long. Videos may be live, animated, or include motion graphics. All video entries must be submitted in digital file format (MP4, MOV, etc). Does your video comply with these rules? *Videos that are not this length or format may lose points during judging.

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* 9. EXTRA CREDIT: The first place video will receive a cash prize of $1,000. If your video is selected as the first-place prize, how does your team intend to use the funds? *Entries that plan to use funds directly/indirectly dedicated to advancement of Access to Justice in whole or in part may receive extra credit points during judging.

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