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    Law Review Honors Student Writers

    The University of Dayton Law Review presented five awards to students during its banquet on April 14.

    Breanne Parcels received the Michael and Elissa D. Cohen Writing Award for her comment "Bringing Back the Bite: Restoring Teeth to Ohio's Public Records Laws." Parcels also received the Dean Frederick Davis Award for Excellence in Production Work.

    Matthew H. Walker received the Dean Francis J. Conte Award for Excellence and Dedication to the University of Dayton Law Review for his comment "Discrimination Based on National Origin and Ancestry: How the Goals of Equality Have Failed to Address the Pervasive Stereotyping of the Appalachian Tradition."  

    Stephanie O’Banion received the Dean Lisa A. Kloppenberg Award for Outstanding Editorial Board Leadership.  

    Jonathan A. Hall was recognized for Excellence in the 2011 University of Dayton Law Review Write-on Competition.

    In addition, the Law Review editorial board selected six comments by law students to include in future issues. The comments will be published in Volume 38 of the University of Dayton Law Review, which will be published in 2012 and 2013. The student comments selected for publication include: 

    • Nick Edwards, “Class Action Public Nuisance: Cleveland’s Real Chance at Taking on Subprime Lenders”
    • Jeff Greenley, “Set Computers To Stun: Proposed Cyberwar Rules of Engagement”
    • Stephanie O’Banion, “Is a Life Without Parole Sentence for a Juvenile Non-Homicide Offender Always Cruel and Unusual?”
    • Breanne Parcels, “Bring Back the Bite: Restoring Teeth to Ohio’s Public Records Law”
    • Matthew Walker: “Discrimination Based on National Origin and Ancestry: How the Goals of Equality Have Failed to Address the Pervasive Stereotyping of the Appalachian Tradition”
    • Dianne Weiskittle, “Proximate Cause, Joint and Several Liability, and Child Pornography Possession: Determining and Calculating Restitution Awards Under 18 U.S.C. § 2259”