LSA Article Prize Winners

Year

Author(s)

Title and Publisher

2013 Alexandra Natapoff
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles 
Misdemeanors,Southern California Law Review 85: 1313-1375
2012 Lauren B. Edelman, Linda H. Krieger, Scott R. Eliason, Catherine Albiston, and Virginia Mellema “When Organizations Rule: Judicial Deference to Institutionalized Employment Structures” American Journal of Sociology 117: 888-954 (2011)
2011 Joseph A. Conti “Learning to Dispute: Repeat Participation, Expertise, and Reputation at the World Trade Organization” Law & Social Inquiry 35:1, 625-62 (2010)
2010 Anders Walker “The Violent Bear It Away: Emmett Till and the Modernization of Law Enforcement in Mississippi” 46 San Diego Law Review 459, 2009
2009 Terence C. Halliday and Bruce G. Carruthers
(co-winners) 

John Hagan, Gabrielle Ferrales, and Guillermina Jasso (co-winners)
“The Recursivity of Law: Global Norm Making and National Lawmaking in the Globalization of Corporate Insolvency Regimes" American Journal of Sociology 112(January): 1135-1202 (2007)

"How Law Rules: Torture, Terror, and the Normative Judgments of Iraqi Judges," Law & Society Review 42(3): 605-643 (2008)
2008 James J. Willis, Stephen D. Mastrofski, and David Weisburd “Making Sense of COMPSTAT: A Theory‑Based Analysis of Organizational Change in Three Police Departments” Law and Society Review 41(1): 147‑188 (2007)
2007 Eric Feldman “The Tuna Court: Law and Norms in the World’s Premier Fish Market” California Law Review 94: 313-69. (2007)
2006 Joachim J. Savelsberg
and Ryan D. King
"Institutionalizing Collective Memories of Hate: Law and Law Enforcement in Germany and the United States" American Journal of Sociology, 111, 2 (2005) 579-616.
2005 Lucy E. Salyer "Baptism by Fire: Race, Military Service, and U.S. Citizenship Policy, 1918B1935" The Journal of American History, Vol. 91, No. 3, December 2004: 847 876
2004 Paul Frymer "Acting When Elected Officials Won't: Federal Courts and Civil Rights Enforcements in U.S. Labor Unions, 1935-95," 97(3) American Political Science Review, 1-17 (2003)
2003 Susan Bibler Coutin, Bill Maurer, and Barbara Yngvesson "In the Mirror: The Legitimation Work of Globalization," 27 Law & Social Inquiry, 801 (2002)
2002 James Liebman (co-winner)

Laura Beth Nielsen (co-winner)
"The Overproduction of Death," Columbia Law Review 100 (2000) 2030-2156

"Situating Legal Consciousness: Experiences and Attitudes of Ordinary Citizens about Law and Street Harassment, Law & Society Review, (2000), 1055-1090
2001 Scott Phillips and
Ryken Grattett
"Judicial Rhetoric: Meaning Making and the Institutionalization of Hate Crime Law," 34 Law & Society Review 567-606
2000 Mary Vogel, Bruce Western and Katherine Becket "The Social Origins of Plea Bargaining: Conflict and the Law in the Process of State Formation, 1830-1860," 33 Law & Society Review 161-246

"How Unregulated Is the U.S. Labor Market? The Penal System as a Labor Market Institution," 104 American Journal of Sociology, 1030-1060.
1999 Gregory C. Sisk, Michael Heise, and Andrew P. Morriss "Charting the Influence of the Judicial Mind" New York University Law Review, 73(5):1377-1499
1998 David M. Engel and Frank W. Munger "Rights, Remembrance, and the Reconciliation of Difference" Law & Society Review 30:1, pp 7-54