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Vanderbilt Law Review – Annual Awards

Each year, the following awards are made to deserving members of the Vanderbilt Law Review‘s editorial staff.

Candidate’s Award

Awarded by the second-year staff of the Vanderbilt Law Review to the third-year staff member, other than the editor-in-chief, who has made the most significant contribution to their development as staff members of the Vanderbilt Law Review.

     2012-2013 Recipient: V. Blair Druhan
     2011-2012 Recipient: Mary Alexander Myers
     2010-2011 Recipient: Jacob Neu
     2009-2010 Recipient: Andrew Gould
     2008-2009 Recipient: John Benjamin Schrader

Editor’s Awards

Awarded annually to two third-year editorial board members who have made the most significant contributions to the Vanderbilt Law Review.

     2012-2013 Recipient: Angela Bergman
     2011-2012 Recipients: Rebecca Dunnan & Karen U. Lindell
     2010-2011 Recipients: Ryan Mark Davis & Michael Anthony Johnson
     2009-2010 Recipient: Joseph Kimok
     2008-2009 Recipients: Lesley Rand Attkisson & Aaron Michael Moyer

Morgan Prize

A cash award, in honor of Professor Edmund M. Morgan, given to the student contributing the most outstanding piece of student writing published in the Vanderbilt Law Review during the school year. The winner of this prize is ineligible to receive the Weldon B. White Prize.

     2012-2013 Recipient: Taylor M. Owing
     2011-2012 Recipient: Nathan C. Pysno
     2010-2011 Recipient: David Barnes
     2009-2010 Recipient: Andrew Gould
     2008-2009 Recipient: Tory Hodges Lewis

Myron Penn Laughlin Recent Development Award

Awarded to the student, other than the recipient of the Morgan Prize, who has contributed the best student note published in the Vanderbilt Law Review during the school year.

     2012-2013 Recipient: V. Blair Druhan
     2011-2012 Recipient: John C. Williams
     2010-2011 Recipient: Jacob Neu
     2009-2010 Recipient: Jennifer Bennett Shinall
     2008-2009 Recipient: John Edward Haubenreich