Law-Review Award

Scribes Law-Review Award
      Since 1987, Scribes has presented an annual award for the best student-written article in a law review or journal. The Scribes Law-Review Award is presented at the annual meeting of the National Conference of Law Reviews.
Alexander J. Kasner, National Security Leaks and Constitutional Duty, 67 Stan. L.Rev. 241 (January 2015).
Nicholas S. Brod, Rethinking a Reinvigorated Right to Assemble, 63 Duke LawJournal 155-197 (2013).
Kyle La Rose, The Injury-in-Fact Barrier to Initiative Proponent Standing: How Article III Might Prevent Federal Courts from Enforcing Direct Democracy, 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 1717 (2012).
Michael Vincent, Computer-Managed Perpetual Trusts, 51 Jurimetrics J. 399 (2011).
D. Cody Huffaker, A New Type of Commandeering:  The Bypass Clause of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Stimulus Package), 42 Ariz. St. L.J. 1055 (2010).
Michael Wagner, Warrantless Wiretapping, Retroactive Immunity, and the Fifth Amendment, 78 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 204 (2009).
Michelle Renee Shamblin, Silencing Chicken Little: Options for School Districts After Parents Involved, 69 La. L. Rev. 219 (2008).
Katherine A. Ritts, The Constitutionality of “Let Them Rest in Peace” Bills: Can Governments Say “Not Today, Fred” to Demonstrations at Funeral Ceremonies?, 58 Syracuse L. Rev. 137 (2007).
Kevin Trowel, Divided by Design: Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District, Intelligent Design, and Civic Education, 93 Geo. L.J. 855 (2007).
Amanda L. Morgan, U.S. Officials’ Vulnerability to “Global Justice”: Will Universal Jurisdiction over War Crimes Make Traveling for Pleasure Less Pleasurable?, 57 Hastings L.J. 423 (2005).
Jeremiah Kelman, E-Nuisance: Unsolicited Bulk E-Mail at the Boundaries of Common Law Property Rights, 78 S. Cal. L. Rev. 363 (2004).
Catherine Carroll, Section Five Overbreadth: The Facial Approach to Adjudicating Challenges Under Section Five of the Fourteenth Amendment, 101 Mich. L. Rev. 1026 (2003).
Janet Dean Gertz, The Purloined Personality: Consumer Profiling in Financial Services, 39 San Diego L. Rev. 943 (2002).
(linked to abstract at the law review’s website)
Michael E. Horwin, “War on Cancer”:  Why Does the FDA Deny Access to Alternative Cancer Treatments?, 38 Cal. W. L. Rev. 189 (2001).
John Cocchi Day, Retelling the Story of Affirmative Action: Reflections on a Decade of Federal Jurisprudence in the Public Workplace, 89 Cal. L. Rev. 59 (2001).
Stephan J. Schlegelmilch, Ghost of the Holocaust: Holocaust Victim Fine Arts Litigation and a Statutory Application of the Discovery Rule, 50 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 87 (1999).
Michael J. Mazza, Should Clergy Hold the Priest-Penitent Privilege?, 82 Marq. L. Rev. 171 (1998).
Mary M. Sheridan, In re Fauziya Kasinga: The United States Has Opened Its Doors to Victims of Female Genital Mutilation, 71 St. John’s L. Rev. 433 (1997).
Peter D. Blumberg, From “Publish or Perish” to “Profit or Perish”: Revenues from University Technology Transfer and the § 501(c)(3) Tax Exemption, 145 U. Pa. L. Rev. 89 (1996).
Igor Kirman, Standing Apart to Be a Part: The Precedential Value of Supreme Court Concurring Opinions, 95 Colum. L. Rev. 2083 (1995).
Edith L. Pacillo, Getting a Feminist Foot in the Courtroom Door: Media Liability for Personal Injury Caused by Pornography, 28 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 123 (1994).
Dierdre M. Smith, Confronting Silence: The Constitution, Deaf Criminal Defendants, and the Right to Interpretation During Trial, 46 Me. L. Rev. 87 (1994).
Matthew Pawa, When the Supreme Court Restricts Constitutional Rights, Can Congress Save Us? An Examination of Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendent, 141 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1029 (1993).
Brendan Linehan Shannon, The Federal Magistrates Act: A New Article III Analysis for a New Breed of Judicial Officer, 33 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 253 (1991).
Allison Hartwell Eid, Private Party Immunities to Section 1983 Suits, 57 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1323 (1990).
Beverly Ray Burlingame, Commercialization in Fetal-Tissue Transplantation: Steering Medical Progress to Ethical Cures, 68 Tex. L. Rev. 213 (1989).
David J. Gerber, Rethinking the Monopolist’s Duty to Deal: A Legal and Economic Critique of the Doctrine of “Essential Facilities,” 74 Va. L. Rev. 1069 (1988).
Donald M. Levy, Jr. & Debra Jean Duncan, Judicial Review of Administrative Rulemaking and Enforcement Discretion: The Effect of a Presumption of Unreviewability, 55 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 596 (1987).
Paul R.Q Wolfson, Is a Presidential Item Veto Constitutional?, 96 Yale L.J. 838 (1987).