2012 Dukeminier Award Winners
Recognizing the Best Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law Review Articles of 2011
The Dukeminier Awards honors the best law review articles concerning various aspects of sexual orientation and gender identity law. Named in memory of Jesse J. Dukeminier (1925-2003), the journal encourages scholars to begin or continue writing about sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy.
This year’s winning articles include:
Strategic Segregation in the Modern Prison by Sharon Dolovich, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law, published in 48 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1 (2011), winner of the Ezekiel Webber Prize
Winning Through Losing, by Douglas NeJaime, Associate Professor of Law, Loyola Law School, published in 96 Iowa L. Rev. 941 (2011), winner of the Stu Walter Prize
Perry v. Schwarzenegger and the Future of Same-Sex Marriage Law, by Clifford J. Rosky, Associate Professor of Law, University of Utah College of Law, published in 53 Ariz. L. Rev. 913 (2011), winner of the Michael Cunningham Prize
Transgender Youth, the Non-Medicaid Reimbursable Policy, and Why the New York City Foster Care System Needs to Change, by Julie Anne Howe, New York University School of Law, winner of the Jeffrey S. Haber Prize for student scholarship
The Williams Institute would like to thank Jeffrey S. Haber, Brondi Borer, Stu Walter, Chuck Williams, and the family and friends of Zeke Webber for their endowment gifts to fund individual prizes recognizing outstanding scholarship related to sexual orientation and gender identity law.
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