2010 Law Student Essay Competition Results

The Canadian American Bar Association is happy to announce the winners of the 2010 Law Student Essay Competition
sponsored by Dorsey & Whitney LLP.

1st Place($500)
Evaluating Applications to Unmask Anonymous Defendants in Internet Defamation Cases:
Comparing the Canadian and American Approaches.
By Matthew Nied, third-year law student at the University of Victoria.

2nd Place($100)
Clashing Laws: Exploring the Employment Rights of Undocumented Migrants
By Luiz Arthur Bihari, second-year law student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Winning Essays Are Available For Your Reading Pleasure

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