Thursday, June 3, 2010

Cohen Competition Winner Announced

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.