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JSD Candidate and instructor wins essay competition
JSD candidate and instructor in Animals and the Law, Katie Sykes, has won an international essay competition: the Society for International Economic Law and Cambridge University Press 2012 Prize for an Essay on International Economic Law.
Her essay, "Sealing Animal Welfare into the GATT Exceptions: The International Dimension of Animal Welfare in WTO Disputes" edged out international competition, including the Highly Commended submission from Andrew Jerjian, University of Oxford.
The competition carries cash and other awards, as well as submission of the essay to the World Trade Review for publication.
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