The Resnick Center is delighted to announce the winners of its 2018 Law Student Writing Competition on legal and policy issues that may hinder or delay social innovation in the food industry. The judges were incredibly impressed with the quality of all of the papers submitted, and want to thank everyone who submitted.
The winning papers were precise and well-written, and grappled with the topic in exciting and even surprising ways. Click on the titles to access the full papers.
- First place ($1500 award) – Richard T. Henderson, Vanderbilt Law School, Putting the Pig Back in the Parlor: The Legal and Policy Dimensions of Agrarian Urbanism.
- Second place ($500 award) – Daniel Ganz, University of California Irvine School of Law, Intellectual Property Protection for Food: Balancing Competing Policy Objectives.