Warren E. Burger Prize
Recipients and Winning Essays

2016

Negotiating on Behalf of Low-Income Clients: The Distorting Effects of Model Rule 4.1 [docx]
By Megan McDermott
South Carolina Law Review, Volume 68, Book 1

2015

Revisiting Antigone's Dilemma: Why the Model Rules of Professional Conduct Need to be Model Presumptions that can be Rebutted by Acts of Ethical Discretion [docx]
By Gurney F. Pearsall III
South Carolina Law Review
, Volume 67, Book 1

2014

Deflating Autonomy [doc]
By Charles Mendez
South Carolina Law Review, Volume 66, Book 2

2013

In the Aftermath: Responsibility and Professionalism in the Wake of Disaster [pdf]
By Matthew P. Crouch, Esq.
South Carolina Law Review, Volume 65, Book 2

2012

The Original Meaning of Civility: Democratic Deliberation at the Philadelphia Constitutional Convention [pdf]
By Derek A. Webb
South Carolina Law Review, Volume 64, Book 1

2011

The Unprofessional Sides of Social Media and Social Networking: How Current Standards Fall Short [pdf]
By Christina Skinner
South Carolina Law Review, Volume 63, Book 2

2010

The Ethic of High Expectations [pdf]
By Jean Galbraith
South Carolina Law Review, Volume 62