Thursday, June 3, 2010
Cohen Competition Winner Announced
Posted by Dan Ernst
The Morris L. Cohen Student Essay Competition Committee of the American Association of Law Libraries has announced the winner and runner-up in its 2009-2010 competition. Justin Simard, who is enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania in its J.D./Ph.D. Program in American Legal History, wrote the winning entry, “‘The Citadel Must Open Its Gates to the People:’ Judicial Reform at the 1821 New York Constitutional Convention.” The runner-up was Ian Burke, who is enrolled in the MLIS program at the University of Denver, for his paper “The City and the River: The Thames in the Liber Albus.” More here.