Environmental Law Paper Earns Recognition

This past semester, the Environmental Law Section of the Wisconsin State Bar sponsored a competition for the best student paper in environmental law. To be eligible, students had to submit a 7,500-10,000 word paper based on original research.

Ryann Beck — who just graduated in May — won this year’s competition with her article entitled “Farmers’ Rights and Open Source Licensing.” Michael O’Hear blogged here about Ryann’s article, which will be published in the Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.

Ryann received a cash prize for winning the competition, and her article will also be published by the Environmental Law Section on its website. Congratulations, Ryann!

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Melissa Longamore

    Congratulations, Ryann!

  2. H. Tieben

    This competition seems to be a very good way to increase people’s awareness about environmental law issues. Congratulations to Ryann Beck!

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