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California Supreme Court Historical Society honors legal writing contest winners

Taylor Cozzens, a student at the University of Oklahoma, won first place for his paper "Ronald Reagan v. CRLA: Politics, Power, and Poverty Law" and received a $2,500 prize. Second place, with a $500 award, went to Gus Tupper, a 2020 graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law, for his paper "Breaking California's Cycle of Juvenile Transfer."
Sep 24, 2020

Taylor Cozzens, a student at the University of Oklahoma, won first place for his paper "Ronald Reagan v. CRLA: Politics, Power, and Poverty Law" and received a $2,500 prize. Second place, with a $500 award, went to Gus Tupper, a 2020 graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law, for his paper "Breaking California's Cycle of Juvenile Transfer."