Cegla Student Paper Prize

The Cegla Student Paper Prize is an annual accolade awarded to the best paper published by a graduate or undergraduate student at Tel Aviv University's Buchmann Faculty of Law.

 

Each year, the Cegla Prize Committee chooses a winning paper from among dozens of participating papers. The author of the winning article is rewarded a cash prize of 3,000 NIS.

 

 

 

Submission:

Students wishing to participate in the Prize must submit a paper (in either Hebrew or English) that has been accepted for publication in one of the Faculty's peer-reviewed law journals, no later than January 31, 2016.

 

 

This Year's Winners:

Nimrod Abramov & Omri Rachum-Twaig, Specific Performance in the Absence of an Enforceable Contract and the Consent Prism – A Remedial Outlook at Anti-Discrimination Legislation, 38 TEL AVIV U. L. REV. (Iyunei Mishpat) (Forthcoming, 2015)

 

Past Winners:

2014

Eldar Haber, Copyrighted Crimes: The Copyrightability of Illegal Works, Yale Journal of Law & Technology, 454, October 1 (2014).

 

Maya Mark, Just ring twice: Law and society under the rent control regime in Israel, 1948–1954, Journal of Israeli History: Politics, Society, Culture, 32, no. 1 (2013).

 

2013

 

Eldar Haber, Copyright in the Stream: The Battle on Webcasting, Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal, 28, no. 4 (2012).

 

 

2012

 

Barak Atiram, Deductible Salaries: Discrimination, Bribe and Excessive Executive Overcompensation (Hebrew), Tel Aviv University Law Review (Iyunei Mishpat) 36, no. 2 (2013).

 

 

2011

 

Amos Israel-Vleeschhouwer, Ultra Orthodox critique of Sovereignty, Individualism and the Concept of Human Rights: the legal thought of Rabbi Dr. Isaac Breuer (Hebrew), "Hamishpat" College of Management Law Journal (July 2011).

 

 

2010

 

Jonathan Zell, On the Legal Responsibility of Bond Rating Agencies, Tel Aviv University Law Review (Iyunei Mishpat) 33, no. 2 (2010).

 

 

2009

 

Tally Kritzman-Amir, Not in My Backyard: On the Morality of Responsibility-Sharing in Refugee Law (September 2008).

 

 

2008         

 

Yaniv Ron-El, Borders of Fertility: The Right to Choose the Sex of One's Newborn, Tel Aviv University Law Review (Iyunei Mishpat) 32, no. 2 (2009).

 

 

2007         

 

Tal Golan, The Role of Residency in Determining Age Pensions and Allowances (Hebrew), Social Security Journal of the National Insurance Institute of Israel (Bitachon Soziali), 69, no. 2 (September 2005).

 

 

For more information or inquiries, please contact Aya Shalom, the Administrative Coordinator of the Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law at:

Tel: (972)-3-6406697

Fax: (972)-3-6405849

Email: cegla@post.tau.ac.il

 

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