ILH Announces 2011 Paper Prize Winners
The Institute for Law and the Humanities (ILH) is pleased to announce the two winners of the 2011 ILH paper prize competition.
The first prize winner ($500) is Alexander Rabanal, for his paper, Constitutional Discourse in the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill Debate. This paper is an excellent example of “doing” American constitutional history. It is extremely well written and insightful.
The second prize winner ($250) is Stephen Wauck, for his paper Princess Soraya and Justice Scalia: A Mismatched Couple. This paper is also very well written and engages in a thoughtful comparative jurisprudential approach to constitutional interpretation.
Congratulations to both of these deserving winners who were up against tough competition.
Their papers will be available for downloading at the Institute for Law and the Humanities home page.