Supported by an endowment established in honor of Jeffrey L. Tanenbaum ('73), the Jeffrey L. Tanenbaum Essay Prize in Philosophy, Politics, and Law recognizes an outstanding paper about law or legal institutions written by a junior or senior student majoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Law (PPL).
Larisa Arens, "International Jurisdiction: An Analysis of Larry May's Theory of Crimes Against Humanity." (.pdf, 124kb)
Amanda Levine, "Amicus Curiae Memorandum for a Case Concerning the Fourth Amendment." (.pdf, 187kb)
Courtney Skarupski, "Judicial Review: Precondition of Sovereignty or Undemocratic Institution?" (.pdf, 436kb)
Val Anias, Legal memorandum analyzing a First Amendment case (.pdf, 676kb)
Michael Burke, "Domestic Violence Courts: Emerging Ambiguities within the American Legal System" (.pdf, kb)
Hillary Scrivani, "Fairness: A Necessary Value in Society" (.pdf, kb)
Last Updated: 4/10/13