The Duke Law Student Paper Series gathers outstanding works written by our students. These include papers receiving awards and special recognitions, articles published after graduation based on work done during law school, and submissions from the Student Paper Series


Submissions from 2010


Land Rights and Socio-Economic Development of Afro-Brazilian Communities, Noah Browne, Anne Dana, and Katherine Shea


The Power of Posner: A Study of Prestige and Influence in the Federal Judiciary, Ryan P. Thompson and Christopher C. McCurdy

Submissions from 2009


Art Deaccessions and the Limits of Fiduciary Duty, Sue Chen