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2008 Student Conference on Legal Studies

 

 

The Legal Studies Program held its Annual Student Research Day.  Undergraduate and graduate students who wrote a paper on a law-related topic submitted their papers for the 2008 Student Conference on Legal Studies and for consideration for cash prizes for the best undergraduate and best graduate papers on law and legal issues.

The purpose of this conference is to recognize excellent research and writing on law and legal issues by undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Delaware.  STUDENTS FROM ALL PROGRAMS AND COLLEGES ARE ELIGIBLE.  All forms of scholarly papers are invited, including but not limited to philosophical inquiry on legal matters, literary or economic analyses, social science study of law, and critiques of judicial opinions.

A Legal Studies faculty review committee selected the best papers and awarded prizes for the best papers.

The Winners of the Undergraduate Student division:

Three Best Papers:

 

David Lockwood Bennett ($100 prize)

M. Andrew Campanelli    ($100 prize)

Maayan Vodovis             ($100 prize)

 

 

 

 

2007 Student Conference on Legal Studies

 

Thursday April 12, 2007 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm in Memorial Hall room 112

 

In April 1998, the Legal Studies Program held its first Annual Student Research Day.  The tradition continued this year, with an interesting program.

These were the winners!  Congratulations to the winners and all those who submitted papers!!

Undergraduate Student division:

First Prize best written paper ($75):

Steve Stolte

 

Runner up ($50):

Andrew Meyer

 

Runner up ($25):

Andrew Whitacre

 

Runner up ($25):

John Pezullo

 

Best Oral Presentation: ($25)

Steve Stolte

Graduate division: 

First Prize written paper ($75):

Meredith Blaydes

 

Runner up ($50):

Arina Matvejeva

   

Juniors and sophomores:  Plan ahead.  Save your best law-related paper for next year's conference.

For the results of the 2006 competition, click here.

 

 

2006 Student Conference on Legal Studies

Friday, April 21, 2006 from 1:30 to 4:00 pm in Gore 303

In April 1998, the Legal Studies Program held its first Annual Student Research Day.  The tradition continued this year, with an interesting program.  A Legal Studies faculty review committee selected papers for presentation and awarded prizes for the best undergraduate and best graduate papers at the conclusion of the conference.

These were the winners! Congratulations to the winners and all those who submitted papers!!

Graduate Student division:

First Prize written paper ($100):

Samrat Sinha

 

Runner up ($50):

Piotr Plewa

 

Runner up ($50):

Vittorio N. Galasso ("Nick")
 

Best Oral Presentation: ($50)

Vittorio N. Galasso ("Nick")
 

Undergraduate division: 

First Prize written paper ($100):

Dan Straga
 

Runner up ($50):

Meghan Kelly

 

Runner up ($50):

Karron Doers

 

Best Oral Presentation: ($50)

Lindsay Orr

 

Best Oral Presentation: ($50)

Grey Elam

 

 

 

2005 Student Conference on Legal Studies

LEST students submitted their papers for presentation at the 2005 Student Conference on Legal Studies and for consideration for cash prizes for the best undergraduate and best graduate papers on law and legal issues.

Here are the winners!!  Congratulations to the winners and all those who submitted papers!!

Best Paper  $100

Daniel Mason

 

Runner-up   $50

Kathryn Bubeck

 

Runner-up   $50

Joel Sheingold

 

Best Oral Presentation   $100

Kristin Vorce

 

Runner-up   $50

Lyn Sweetman

 

 

 

 

 

 


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