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


“California Supreme Court Historical Society grant honors Selma Moidel Smith”

“Our Selma”