2022 Writing Prize Winners Announced for the New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights & Justice
The prize encourages innovative analysis and advocacy in writing about reproductive rights and justice issues.
If/When/How, the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at UC Berkeley School of Law and the Center for Reproductive Rights are thrilled to announce the winners of the 17th annual Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights & Justice.
The Writing Prize encourages innovative analysis and advocacy in writing about reproductive rights and justice issues. The suggested theme for 2022 was “Supporting Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Beyond Roe v. Wade.”
- “Willful Disregard: How Ignoring Structural Racism in Maternal Mortality has led Black Women to Become Invisible in Their Own Crisis,” by Logan Jackson, 2023 J.D. Candidate at Stetson University College of Law
- “Serving Only to Oppress: An Intersectional and Critical Race Analysis of Constitutional Originalism Inflicting Harm,” by Ethan Dawson, 2023 J.D. Candidate at Indiana University Bloomington Maurer School of Law
- “Limitations of Menstrual Equity Advocacy and a Path Towards Justice,” by Allyson Crays, 2024 J.D. Candidate at Northeastern University School of Law
The first place winning submission has a presumption of publishability and will receive expedited review by the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice. Winning authors will also receive cash prizes of $750, $500, or $250 and a copy of Cases on Reproductive Rights and Justice.
Congratulations to the winners!