Awards

Our Legal Studies students are among the best and the brightest at Cal.
We would like to acknowledge and congratulate those who have won awards for their exceptional work.

Haylee Bernal ’16
Legal Studies major
Departmental Citation

Helen Ganski ’13
Legal Studies major
Published in Berkeley Review of Education
“Inter-District School Choice: Transfer Policy and Practice in a Fragmented Metropolitan Region”

Caitlin Nelson ’15
Legal Studies major
Published in Ramapo Journal of Law and Society
“Paradise Not Lost: Community Recovery in the Wake of the 2014 Isla Vista Massacre”

Alyssa De Oca ’15
Legal Studies major
Departmental Citation

Chelsea Goddard ’16
Legal Studies and Political Science double major
Junior Scholar and IIS Undergraduate Merit Scholarship recipient
Institute of International Studies
“The Implications of Socially Conscious Art: A Look Into Brazilian Favelas and How Painting Can Transform Communities”

Nelya Trofimuk ’14
Legal Studies and Economics double major
Departmental Citation

Helen Ganski ’13
Legal Studies major
Departmental Citation

Viktoriia Nevmyvakova ’13
Legal Studies major
William D. Ferreira Scholarship

J. Steven Schumacher ’13
Legal Studies major
William D. Ferreira Scholarship

Erica You You Yang ’14
Legal Studies and Business double major
The Institute of International Studies Merit Based Scholarship

Chase Burton ’11
Legal Studies major
Law and Society Association 2012 Undergraduate Student Paper Prize
“Spare the Cell, Spoil the Child: Early History and Philosophy of American Juvenile Justice.”

Ru Yue Cathy Wang ’12
Legal Studies and Undergraduate Business Administration double major
American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law, 2012 Undergraduate Paper Prize
“Effect of Work-Family Policy Design and Culture on Women’s Employment Outcomes and Men’s User Rates.”

Sungho Kim ’12
Legal Studies major
Departmental Citation

Elisa Elkind ’11
Legal Studies major
Departmental Citation

Chase Burton ’11
Legal Studies major
Charlene Conrad Liebau Library Prize for Undergraduate Research 2011
“Spare the Cell, Spoil the Child: The History and Philosophy of American Juvenile Justice”

Colleen Lee ’10
Legal Studies and History double major
Departmental Citation

Robert Warren Gray, Jr. ’09
Legal Studies and Psychology double major
Departmental Citation

Charles Taylor ’08
Legal Studies major
Departmental Citation

Ashley Aubuchon (now Rubin) ’07
Legal Studies and History double major
Departmental Citation
Charlene Conrad Liebau Library Prize for Undergraduate Research 2007
“A Means to an End: The Role of Religion in Eastern State Penitentiary during ‘The Experiment'”

Please contact Lauri@berkeley.edu if you won a prize as a Legal Studies undergrad at Cal and she will make sure to post it here.

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