The American Constitution Society for Law & Policy and Judge Cudahy’s clerks and staff are pleased to announce the winners of the 2009 Richard D. Cudahy Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. In the competition’s second year, we received numerous pieces from both students and lawyers, which consistently exceeded our expectations in quality and originality, and successfully reflected Judge Cudahy’s ongoing legacy of substantive and insightful scholarship on regulatory and administrative law.
The winners were announced at the ACS National Convention on June 20th. These winners are:
- Student Category -- "Litigation-Fostered Bureaucratic Autonomy: Exploring the Institutional Roots of a Post-Chevron Moment in Administrative Law and Politics" by Dan Walters
- Lawyer Category -- "Standing for the Public: A Lost History" by Elizabeth Magill (final version, edited for publication in the Virginia Law Review)
ACS is now accepting submissions for the 2014 competition, and we encourage you to participate.
The deadline for submissions is February 7, 2014.
Please see http://www.acslaw.org/cudahycompetition for rules and information.