Global Markets Law Journal Writing Competition
The Global Markets Law Journal periodically sponsors a writing competition that is open to JD, LLM, and SJD students at all U.S. law school. The grand prize and first runner-up papers are selected for publication in the journal.
The 2014 winning papers are:
“Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers: Was TBTF a Factor?”
Natalie Warrington (JD ’14), University of Richmond School of Law
“Emerging Growth Companies under the JOBS Act: An Analysis of the ‘IPO On-Ramp'”
Kiersten Zaza (JD ’13), Boston University School of Law
“Securities Regulation-Broker-Dealer Duties: How the Supreme Court in Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd. Turned the Duty of Best Execution Against Itself, and How to Fix It”
Seth Jaskoviak (JD ’15), Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
Look for the grand prize and the first runner-up papers in the fall 2014 issue of the Global Markets Law Journal.