This series presents papers selected by the Cornell Law Library for sophistication, originality, or unusual depth or breadth in the use of research materials, exceptional innovation in research strategy, and skillful synthesis of research results into a comprehensive scholarly analysis.

Submissions from 2014

The Religion of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Applying the Clergy Privilege To Certain AA Communications, Ari J. Diaconis (July 1, 2014)

The Law Review Divide: A Study of Gender Diversity on the Top Twenty Law Reviews, Lynne N. Kolodinsky (May 1, 2014)

Submissions from 2013

How to Kill Copyright: A Brute-Force Approach to Content Creation, Kirk Sigmon (May 1, 2013)

Libor Integrity and Holistic Domestic Enforcement, Milson C. Yu (May 1, 2013)

Submissions from 2012

Targeted Killing and Just War: Reconciling Kill-Capture Missions, International Law, and the Combatant Civilian Framework, Louis H. Guard (May 14, 2012)

Annexation of the Jury's Role in Res Judicata Disputes: The Silent Migration from Question of Fact to Question of Law, Steven J. Madrid (May 1, 2012)

Submissions from 2011

Law on the Books vs. Law in Action: Under-Enforcement of Morocco's Reformed 2004 Family Law, the Moudawana, Ann Marie Eisenberg (October 1, 2011)

Improving Drinking Water Distribution under Increasing Global and Regional Economic Integration, William Garthwaite (June 6, 2011)