This collection brings together papers by students who have won commencement awards for excellence in writing: the David Werner Amram Prize, to the student who has written the best paper in civil procedure or a related area; the Pamela Dailey Prize, to the student who has written the best paper in the field of tax law; the M. H. Goldstein Award, to the student who has written the best paper in the field of labor law; the Fred G. Leebron Memorial Prize, to the student who has written the best paper in the field of constitutional law; the Henry C. Loughlin Prize, to the student who has written the best paper on legal ethics; the Lipman Redman Prize, to the student who prepared the best appellate brief in the Legal Writing course; and the Dolores K. Sloviter Prize, to the student who has prepared the best paper or research project in the field of judicial administration. Prize winners voluntarily submit their papers to this collection.

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Submissions from 2016

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There and Back Again, a Smuggler’s Tale: Hawala and Money Laundering in the Greater Philadelphia Area, David Marshall Block

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A Curious Motion: The Uncertain Role of Anti-SLAPP Statutes in Federal Courts, Markus A. Brazill

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Presidential Inaction and the Constitutional Basis for Executive Nonenforcement Discretion, Daniel Stepanicich

Submissions from 2015

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Working Models: An Analysis of Workplace Mediation Programs Available to New York City Complainants, Nina Martinez

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Choice of Law in Fraudulent Joinder Litigation, Walter Simons