Call for Papers Competition
Each August the Criminal Justice Section issues a call for papers competition. This year’s winner was Mila Sohoni at San Diego. Congratulations Mila! Runners up were: Daniel Epps (Wash U), Andrea Roth (UC Berkeley), and Aliza Cover (Idaho).
We would also like to thank our paper judges who read the numerous submissions, rank, and discuss: the members of the Executive Committee, as well as our panel of readers. Those who read this year indicated with an asterisk.
Call for Papers – 2016
(Now Closed—Posted for Information Only)
The Criminal Justice Section is pleased to announce its 2016 a Junior Scholars Paper Competition.
Honorees will be recognized at the AALS Annual Meeting in San Francisco in January 2017. We will consider papers where: (1) the author has been teaching 6 years or fewer as of September 1, 2015; (2) the paper has not yet been published or posted to the internet by September 1, 2015; and (3) ~the author has not previously won the AALS CJS Junior Scholars Paper Competition.
Although papers can have been accepted for publication, please do not submit papers that have been published or posted to the internet by September 1, 2015. This is to preserve anonymity.
To further facilitate anonymous review, please submit papers in electronic form, with all identifying information removed (except for a cover sheet with your name, the year you began law teaching, and a confirmation that the paper has not yet been published or posted to the internet as of September 1, 2015) to the Executive Committee at CJsectionAALS@gmail.com. Please insert “CJS Junior Scholars Paper Competition” in the subject line of your e-mail. Papers will be selected after review by members of the CJS Executive Committee.
*The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2016.*