Kamila Knaudt reports in the Daily Journal on the winners of the California Supreme Court Historical Society‘s Selma Moidel Smith Law Student Writing Competition.  (Disclosure:  I’m on the Society’s board.)

The winners were honored in a virtual ceremony.  (Video here.)  They were praised by Chief Justice (and Society board chair) Tani Cantil-Sakauye (here) and former Justice (and Society board member) Kathryn Werdegar (here).  The winners and their articles, which will be published in the Society’s annual journal, California Legal History, are:

1st:  “Ronald Reagan v. CRLA:   Politics, Power, and Poverty Law” by Taylor Cozzens

2nd:  “Breaking California’s Cycle of Juvenile Transfer” by Gus Tupper

3rd:  “Stop! Turn the Car Around Right Now for Federalism’s Sake! The One National Program Rule and How Courts Can Stop Its Impact” by Brittney Welch

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