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Law Student Essay Competition

Editor’s Note: NACDL’s Diversity Task Force sponsored a law student essay contest. The task force asked students to discuss voter ID laws and whether they are being used to disenfranchise citizens from exercising their right to vote. Congratulations to Ojoke Oyegunle (first prize), Preston Smith (second prize), and Sally Tyler (honorable mention).

By Ajoke Oyegunle in May 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
Law Student Essay Competition

Increasing Diversity in The Legal Profession Jumba M. Mugwanya September 2011 60 The lack of diversity in the legal profession is a reflection of the larger socioeconomic disparities that exist in the United States. The legal community is exclusive by nature, considering that one must graduate from

By Jumba M. Mugwanya in September 2011
Category: The Champion Magazine
Law Student Essay Competition
Voter ID laws are being used to suppress minority and poor voters.
By Preston Smith in April 2013
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Law Student Essay Competition

Law Student Essay Competition Sally Tyler March 2013 52 State Voter ID Laws And the Challenge To Democracy Editor’s Note: NACDL’s Diversity Task Force sponsored a law student essay contest. The task force asked students to discuss voter ID laws and whether they are being used to disenfranc

By Sally Tyler in March 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
Law Student Essay Competition

NACDL’s Diversity Task Force sponsored a law student essay contest. The task force asked students to discuss voter ID laws and whether these laws are being used to disenfranchise citizens from exercising their right to vote.

By Deandrea A. Jackson in July 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
Law Student Essay Competition

The author discusses four distinctions between being “tough on crime” and being “smart on crime.” 

By Michael Woodruff in August 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
‘Tough on Crime’: Effective or Folly? (Law Student Essay Competition)
“Tough on crime” is a policy buzzword that is regularly bandied about to secure elections and appointments and (ostensibly) to protect the public at large from unknown and innumerable criminal elements. However, despite all the promises of a safer society, “tough on crime” initiatives have been spectacular disappointments. Society is being tough on crime when it should actually be getting “smart on crime.”
By Carol Celestine in May 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
Law Student Essay Competition
Law Student Essay Competition
By Nicolas C. Mills in August 2009
Category: The Champion Magazine
Law Student Essay Competition: The Diverseness of Racism and the Uncertain Potential of Diversity
Law Student Essay Competition: The Diverseness of Racism and the Uncertain Potential of Diversity
By Megan Shapiro in July 2009
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Law Student Essay Competition: The Role of Diversity in the Criminal Justice System
Law Student Essay Competition: The Role of Diversity in the Criminal Justice System
By Jason A. Coe in June 2009
Category: The Champion Magazine
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