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Summer 2006

Institute for Law and the Humanities paper prize.

On behalf of Chicago-Kent's Institute for Law and the Humanities, we are pleased to announce the first prize and honorable mention winners of the ILH's annual paper competition. Cherish Keller won first prize for her paper, Through the Prism of Politics: Comparing the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia with the Nuremberg Trial. Jonathan Lahn won an honorable mention for his paper, The Uses of History in the Supreme Court's Takings Clause Jurisprudence. The prizes carry an award of $500 and $250, respectively. Please join us in congratulating them both.

Eligibility and submission: The ILH welcomes submissions of papers that examine any issue from both a legal and a humanities-based perspective, or integrates the two perspectives in an appropriate manner, including legal philosophy, legal history, law and literature, and law and religion. The paper must be scholarly and of publishable quality.

The prize is limited to Chicago-Kent students enrolled during the 2006-07 academic year. Submissions must have been written in association with a course or an independent research project in either the fall 2006 term or the spring 2007 term. Submissions for the 2006-07 academic year should be sent to Professor Sheldon Nahmod or Professor Dan Hamilton and should be received no later than June 1, 2007.

 

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