Brandeis students sweep KBA writing competition
Brandeis students swept the Kentucky Bar Association's 2016 Student Writing Competition, taking first, second and third places.
The competition is open to all Kentucky law students. The articles do not have to conform to a theme and can be articles students have written for class assignments.
Winners receive a monetary prize, and the first-place winner has the possibility of having his or her article published in the KBA's Bench & Bar magazine.
This year's winners:
The Right to a Pauper’s Bail: Should bail be set according to a defendant’s ability to pay?
From Common Law to the Model Penal Code: The Evolution of the Heat of Passion Defense and Extreme Emotional Disturbance Law in Kentucky
The Illusion of Public Policy: Reanalyzing Kentucky’s Restaurant Liquor Licensing Schemes