Columbia Law School Awards for Excellence in Intellectual Property Studies
Andrew D. Fried Memorial Prize
Established in memory of Andrew D. Fried ’84 and awarded annually for the best student essay on a subject in the field of intellectual property and related law published in the Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts during the preceding year.
"'Anything Goes': Regulating the Conduct of Money-Bundling Broadway Co-Producers"
Trevor Reed J.D. Ph.D. '18
“Who Owns Our Ancestors Voices? Tribal Claims to Pre-72 Sound Recordings”
Neal Frederick Burstyn
“Creative Sparks: Works of Nature, Selection, and the Human Author”
Zoe Lillian Carpou
“Robots, Pirates, and the Rise of the Automated Takedown Regime: Using the DMCA to Fight Piracy and Protect End Users”
Renee Gabriella Stern
“Taming the ‘Frankenstein Monster’: Copyright Claim Compatibility with the Class Action Mechanism”
"Constitutional Hazard:The California Resale Royalty Act and the Futility of State-Level Implementation ofDroit de SuiteLegislation"
Margaret (Meg) A. Larkin '15
"The Demise of the Copyright Act in the Digital Realm: Re-Engineering Digital Delivery Models to Circumvent Copyright Liability after Aereo"
Michael Jacob Zaken
"Fragmented Literal Similarity in the Ninth Circuit: Dealing with Fragmented Takings of Jazz and Experimental Music"
Ian Scott Polonsky
“You Can’t Go Home Again: The Righthaven Cases and Copyright Trolling on the Internet”
Jocelyn Virginia Hanamirian
“The Right to Remain Anonymous: Anonymous Speakers, Confidential Sources and the Public Good”
John Leo Schwab III
“Audiovisual Works and the Work for Hire Doctrine in the Internet Age”
Timothy Adrian Cohan
“Ghost in the Attic: The Notice of Intention to Use and the Compuslory License in the Digital Era”
Lauren Grace Gallo
“The (Im)possibility of ‘Standard Technical Measures’ for UGC Websites”
“The Relationship between Tax Deductions and the Market for Unprovenanced Antiquities”
Lauren Michelle Howard
“An Uningenious Paradox: Intellectual Property Protections for Fashion Designs”
Daniel Philip Gould
"Time's Up: Copyright Termination, Work For Hire and the Recording Industry"
Zahr Said Stauffer
"Po-mo Karaoke or Postcolonial Pastiche? What Fair Use Analysis Could Draw from Literary Criticism"
Cason Armstrong Moore
"Tapers in a Jam: 'Trouble Ahead' or 'Trouble Behind'"
Sidne L.F. Koenigsberg
"Library Records Open to Parental Scrutiny: A New Set of Internet Access Controls for Minors?"
Marvin (Brad) Bedingfield
"Copyrighting Medieval Literature: Editing and Publishing the Pre-Modern Public Domain"
Paul Senft Gutman
"Say What? Blogging and Employment Law in Conflict"
Alexandra Denise Minkovich
"The Relationship Between Tax Deductions and the Market for Unprovenanced Antiquities”
Carroll G. Harper Prize
Awarded to one or more members of the graduating class who have attained the highest standards of achievement in intellectual property studies and writing.
Michael Bjorn Huseby
Matthew Bret Weiss
Min Su Chung
Olena Vera Ripnick
Michael James Druckman-Church
Andrew Laurence Guerra
Kristen Elizabeth Lovin
Carrie Jean Bodner
Melissa Yaffa Lerner
Gavin Kenneth Snyde
Joshua L. Simmons
Alex Peter Middleton
Vigdis Maria Bronder
Sarah Marie Calvert
Daniel H. Hantman
Matthew J. Bacal
Michael S. Bogner
Cathleen Remsen Ellis Stadecker
Amy R. Terry
Michael D. Remer Memorial Award
Awarded annually and presented by the Kernochan Center to a graduating student whose activities and academic achievements demonstrate an interest in and aptitude for the fields of arts and copyright law.
Melanie Dale Jolson
Hunter Anthony Vanaria
Ryan Michael Oringer
Jenna Ilyse Skoller
Abigail Bain Everdell
John M. Browning
Kathryn Ann Feiereisel