BTLJ is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 Student Writing Competition. Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to all participants for your submissions!

First Place: “Compelling Passwords from Third Parties: Why the Fourth and Fifth Amendments Do Not Adequately Protect Individuals When Third Parties Are Forced to Hand Over Passwords,” by Sarah Wilson (Northwestern University School of Law)

Second Place: “Patenting Proteins after Myriad,” by Priti Phukan (University of San Diego School of Law)

Third Place: “Establishing Standing in Risk of Future Identity Theft Cases,” by Rebecca Dell (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)

Aldo J. Test Award for Best Berkeley Law Submission: “Proposed Limitations on a Copyright Exemption for Museums,” by Julie Byren (UC Berkeley School of Law)