PRIZE WINNERS

PRIZE WINNERS 2018

In collaboration with the Review's generous sponsors, the LSE Law Review is
delighted to award these select few exceptional pieces our prizes for the best
Overall Submission, Article Submission, Case Note, and Letter to the Editor.

Prize Winners 2017
Award Name Title
Francis Taylor Building Prize for Best Overall Submission Alex Shellum The Case for a Human Rights Act Based Approach to Unfair Dismissals Engaging Convention Rights: Challenging Judicial Attitudes and Assessing Potential
Norton Rose Fulbright Prize for Best Article Submission Nico Schröter Order, Authority, and Law: On the Development of Modern Conceptions of Political Order, Legitimate Rule, and Law and How They are Challenged
7KBW Prize for Best Case Note Jing Tao (Nathan) Qin Liability for Complicity: State Responsibility for Torture Case Note - Belhaj v Straw, Rahmatullah v Ministry of Defence
7KBW Prize for Best Letter to the Editor Caleb Chan Due Process Checks in International Criminal Law 7KBW Prize for Best Letter to the Editor 2017
Prize Winners 2016
Award Name Title
Best Letter to the Editor, 2016 Simon Witney What Can Legal Academics Add to the Debate About Private Equity?
7KBW Prize for Best Case Note Laura McDaniel SAS v France: A Critique of France’s Veil Ban
Norton Rose Fulbright Prize for Best LSE Submission Husnain Abbis Economic Austerity, Human Rights and Judicial Deference: A Case for a More Rigorous Judicial Role
Francis Taylor Building Prize for Best Overall Submission Ina Selimic Female Criminality, Class and Defiance During the Rise of the Twentieth Century Department Store