Nevada Law Journal’s 2014 Scholarly Writing Competition Winners Announced
The Nevada Law Journal has announced the winners for its 2014 Scholarly Writing Competition.
Laura Welzig won first place for her piece "The Religious Freedom Restoration Act ("RFRA") and its Impact on the Health Care Mandate: How Congress Shot Itself in the Foot." Second place went to Rhiann Jarvis for "A Critical Analysis of Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and Sch. v. E.E.O.C. and the Ministerial Exception." Third place was awarded to Bailey Bortolin for "Interviewing and Interrogating Children: Getting the Truth."
The Nevada Law Journal is published by William S. Boyd School of Law students three times per year.