George Mason Law Review Student Author Wins 2011 Burton Award

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Peter Cockrell is the recipient of a 2011 Distinguished Writing Award from the Burton Foundation for his student comment, Subprime Solutions to the Housing Crisis: Constitutional Problems with the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009. Founded in 1999, the Burton Awards program is run in association with the Library of Congress and its Law Library. Nominations for the award are made by law school deans and managing partners of the 1000 largest U.S. law firms. Fifteen Burton Award law school winners are selected annually from law schools across the nation to receive this award, which honors partners in law firms and law students who set a high standard for clarity and effectiveness in legal writing. Read the full story here.

Congratulations, Peter!