The Center for Reproductive Rights, in collaboration with Law Students for Reproductive Justice, is pleased to announce the winner of the seventh
annual Sarah Weddington Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights. The first place award was given to Sarah Primrose from
Michigan State University College of Law, ‘12, for her essay, “The Attack on Planned Parenthood: A Historical Analysis.”
Sarah’s essay exemplified this year’s
theme, “Legislating Stereotypes: Reproductive Rights Rollback in the States.” It will published in New York University Review of Law and Social Change and in the Reproductive Justice, Law and Policy eJournal via SSRN.
Second place went to Chad Ivan Booker (Univ. of Maryland, ’13) for his essay, “Making Contraception Easier to Swallow: Background and Religious Challenges to the HHS Rule Mandating Coverage of
Gina Gribow (Hastings, ’13) was awarded third place for “An Assessment of California’s Legislation Regarding Shackling Prohibitions for Incarcerated Pregnant Women.”
Congratulations to each of our winners!