The American Constitution Society for Law & Policy and Judge Cudahy’s clerks and staff are pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 Richard D. Cudahy Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. In the competition’s fourth 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 16th. These winners are:
- Student Category -- "OIRA Avoidance" by Gabriel Cohen (final version, edited for publication in the Harvard Law Review)
- Lawyer Category -- "Individual Rights, Judicial Deference, and Administrative Law Norms in Constitutional Decision Making" by Eric Berger
Submissions for the 2012 competition will be accepted starting in the fall (announcement forthcoming), and we encourage you to participate. Please see http://www.acslaw.org/cudahycompetition for rules and information.