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Writing Awards Received by Moritz College of Law Students
Nine students earn awards
October 15, 2003
Several Moritz Law students have earned writing awards. They are...
Karen Doi, Honorable Mention, International Association of Defense Counsel Legal Writing Contest, 2000, "Undermining Title VII's Retaliation Juris Prudence: Considering Litigation Despite the Faragher and Ellerth Cases."
Franklin E. Crawford, The Burton Award, 2003, "Fit for Its Ordinary Purpose? Tobacco, Fast-Food, and the Implied Warranty of Merchantability."
Stephen Anway, The Boskey Dispute Resolution Essay Competition, 2002, "Mediation in Copyright Disputes: From Compromise Created Incentives to Incentive Created Compromises."
Alyssa Shenk, The Boskey Dispute Resolution Essay Competition, 2002, "Mandatory Employment Arbitration Agreements: The Key to Avoiding a Charge of Unconscionability."
Jared Steven Gross, Louis Jackson Memorial Student Writing Competition in Labor and Employment Law, 2002, "Recognition of Labor Unions in a Comparative Text: Has the United Kingdom Entered a New Era?"
Roseanne T. Mitchell, The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution Award, 1999, "Resolving Domain Name Trademark Disputes: A New System of Alternative Dispute Resolution Is Needed In Cyberspace."
Matthew A. Tenerowicz, The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution Award, 1999, "Case Dismissed'-Or Is It? Sanctions for Failure to Participate in Court-Mandated ADR."
Robert A. Wells, The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution Award, 1998, "The Use of Arbitration in Director and Officer Idemnification Disputes."
Nancy F. Reynolds, The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution Award, 1992, "Why We Should Abolish Penalty Provisions for Compulsory Nonbinding Alternative Dispute Resolution."
The Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University is Ohio’s flagship law school. Approximately 650 students attend classes at the school’s John Deaver Drinko Hall, located at 55 West 12th Avenue.