The Ross-Blakley Law Library at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law is pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of The Ross-Blakley Law Library Award for Exemplary Student Research.
Walter Johnson is the first place award recipient for his paper Governance Tools for the Second Quantum Revolution. Johnson is a second year student. Grant Frazier and Jack Milligan tied for second place. Frazier is a third year student and Milligan is a second year student. Frazier’s winning paper is titled, Using Your Head: A Different Approach to Tackling the NFL’s Concussion Epidemic. Milligan’s winning paper is titled, Malmin v. State’s Ipse Dixit: Arizona’s Article II, § 8 Is Not of the “Same General Effect and Purpose” as the Fourth Amendment. Their papers demonstrate sophistication and originality in the use of research materials, exceptional innovation in research strategy, and skillful synthesis of research results into a comprehensive scholarly analysis. A review panel comprised of librarians Beth DiFelice and Tara Mospan and Clinical Professor Kimberly Holst selected the winners from a number of very competitive entries.
To read more about the winning papers, please follow this link: Announcing the 2019 Recipients of the Ross-Blakley Law Library Award for Exemplary Student Research
Congratulations to our 2019 Winners!