BTLJ is proud to announce the winners of the 2015 Student Writing Competition. Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to all participants for your submissions!
First Place: “The Fourth Amendment Consequences of First Amendment Disputes Over National Security Letters Gag Orders,” by Rebecca Wexler (Yale Law School)
Second Place: “What Rosie the Robot Knows: The Internet of Things, Domestic Robots, and Fourth Amendment Reverence for the Home,” by Amanda Lynch (Yale Law School)
Third Place: “Tackling Tacking: Hana’s Potential Impact On Likelihood of Confusion,” by Megan McKeown (University of Notre Dame Law School)
Aldo J. Test Award for Best Berkeley Law Submission: “Patent Claim Construction Under Teva v. Sandoz: Deference at Last or More of the Same?,” by Joshua Furman (UC Berkeley School of Law)