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Winners of 2013 Notes and Comments Competition

BTLJ is proud to announce the winners of the 2013 Student Writing Competition. Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to all participants for your submissions!

First Place: “Why They Can Watch You: Assessing the Constitutionality of Warrantless Police UAS Surveillance,” by Brandon Nagy (Arizona State University)

Second Place: “Embedding Copyrighted Content: How Judicial Doctrine Created a Nuisance on the Net,” by Shane Wax (Cardozo Law School)

Third Place: “Monitoring Student-Athletes’ Social Media Accounts: Protecting Reputation at the Expense of Free Speech and Privacy,” by Casey S. Smith (University of Connecticut School of Law)

Aldo J. Test Award for Best Berkeley Law Submission: “Mass Copyright Infringement Litigation Involving Pornography: Of Trolls, Settlement and Joinder,” by Chris Civil (UC Berkeley)

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Volume 27, Issue 3 (Symposium 2012)

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Volume 27, Issue 2 (Fall 2012)

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2011 Writing Competition Winners

BTLJ is proud to announce the winners of the BTLJ Spring 2011 Writing Competition. Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to all participants for your submissions!

 

  • 1st Place: Noam Kutler, “Protecting Your Online You: A New Approach to Handling Your Online Persona After Death” (George Washington University Law School)
  • 2nd Place: J. Mason Kjar, “2 Standards 1 Cup: How Geotargeting Will End the Battle Between National and Local Obscenity Standards” (University of Utah Law School)
  • 3rd Place: Andrea Stein, “Right of Publicity: Is Behavioral Targeting Violating the Right to Control Your Identity Online?” (John Marshall Law School)
  • Aldo J. Test Award for Best Berkeley Law Submission: Krista Correa, “All Your Face Are Belong to Us: Protecting Celebrity Images in Hyper-Realistic Video Games”

 

Information about the Spring 2012 Writing Competition will be posted in the fall. Please email btljwritingcompetition@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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2010 Writing Competition Winners

The results for the Spring 2010 Writing Competition are in!

  • 1st place: Damon Andrews, The University of Iowa College of Law, 2011
    Iqbal-ing Seagate: Plausibility Pleading of Willful Patent Infringement
  • 2nd place and the Aldo J. Test Award for Best Berkeley Submission:
    Jie Zhou, UC Berkeley School of Law, 2010
    Coase, Copyright, and YouTube: An Economic Analysis of the Burden to Monitor for Online Infringement
  • 3rd place: Krysta Kauble, UCLA Law, 2011
    Patenting Everything Under the Sun: Invoking The First Amendment To Limit The Use of Gene Patents

Information about the Spring 2011 Writing Competition will be posted in the fall. Please email if you have any questions.

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