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April 25, 2013

ORIL Student Writing Competition Winners Announced

Each year, the Oregon Review of International Law (ORIL), a student-run journal focusing on world events and international law, holds a writing competition in which all Oregon Law students are invited to submit research articles on international topics. The ORIL editorial staff selects three articles to be published in next year’s journal and one alternate article.

Join us is congratulating the following students on being selected:

Kelsey Fleharty: Targeting the "Tricks" of the Trade: A Comparative Analysis of Prostitution Laws in Sweden and the United States

Bryan Silverman: Conflict Minerals In Our Cell Phones: Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility and Addressing Violence In Eastern Congo

Gage Thompson: The Oregon Blueberry Industry and South Korea: An Opportunity for Growth

Juan Torres: Anticipatory Self-Defense in a Nuclear Age, as the alternate selection.

Article selection is based on the international scope, relevance, and the quality of the writing and legal analysis.

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