LCCHP Student Writing Competition in Cultural Heritage Preservation Law


2017 LAW STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION WINNERS

Aaron Haines
Cardozo School of Law

Paper: Will the STOP Act Stop Anything?
The Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony Act and Preventing the Sale of Native American Artifacts Abroad

Casey J. Snyder
University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Paper: The Hardship In History: How One Forgotten Theater Could Change Historic Preservation in Pennsylvania . . . But for Better or for Worse?

Claire Stephens 
Chicago-Kent College of Law

Paper: Storming The Persian Gates: The Seventh Circuit Denies Attachment to Iranian Antiquities

Thanks to the judges for their conscientiousness in judging the papers and their devotion to legal education and scholarship in the area of cultural heritage law.


Past Recipients

2016: Laura Elizabeth Booth 
Georgetown University Law Center and 
Paige Marie Casaly New York University School of Law (Co-First Place); Kate Falconer Washington University in St. Louis School of Law (Honorable Mention)

2015: Heather Scruggs, South Texas College of Law

2014: Anne Horn Baroody, University of Georgia School of Law

2013: Lauren Harkey, UNC School of Law

2012:
Salome Kiwara-Wilson, DePaul University College of Law

2011: Laurie Frey, Columbia Law School

2010: Kelly Culbertson, Case Western Reserve University School of Law (First Place); Rebecca Menke, Cardozo School of Law (Second Place)

2009:
Amelia Sargent, Stanford University Law School (First Place);  Melanie Greer, DePaul University College of Law (Second Place)

2008: Ethan Plaut, University of Colorado Law School (First Place); Bryan Stockton of Georgetown Law School (Second Place)

2007: James A. Wawrzyniak, Harvard Law School (First Place); Dorothy Schmidt, Lewis and Clark Law School (Second Place)

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