Moritz 3L Brittney Welch earns third place in California Supreme Court Historical Society law writing competition
Moritz 3L Brittney Welch recently won third place in the California Supreme Court Historical Society’s Selma Moidel Smith Law Student Writing Competition. Her submission, “Stop! Turn the Car Around Right Now for Federalism’s Sake! The One National Program Rule and How Courts Can Stop Its Impact,” is set to be published in their 2020 journal.
The three distinguished judges, all of whom are legal historians and professors of law, were: Stuart Banner, UCLA School of Law; Christian Fritz, University of New Mexico School of Law (Emeritus); and Sara Mayeux, Vanderbilt University School of Law, who was the first-place winner of the competition in 2010.