Awards

2020

ComplianceNet is pleased to announce our paper awards designed to promote and highlight scholarly efforts in compliance (broadly defined as the interaction between legal rules and individual and organizational behavior).  We will have two paper awards: the Junior Paper Award, and the Senior Paper Award. See descriptions and submission information below.

The deadline for receipt of materials is December 15, 2019

Award Types

1.  Junior Paper Award

The award recognizes scholarly work of junior scholars (PhD, Post-Doc, or pre-tenured faculty, all not over ten years after obtaining their PhD) in the broadly defined areas of compliance.  Junior scholars working by themselves or as part of a team of co-authors are eligible for the competition.  Paper submissions may be conceptual, theoretical and/or empirical (quantitative or qualitative). The project must be completed. That is, it must be a full paper that is either unpublished or has been published recently (since 2018).  The committee may elect not to make this award in any given year.

 

 

2. Senior Paper Award 

 The award recognizes scholarly work of senior scholars (having obtained their PhD more than ten years ago) in the broadly defined areas of compliance.  Junior scholars working by themselves or as part of a team of co-authors are eligible for the competition.  Paper submissions may be conceptual, theoretical and/or empirical (quantitative or qualitative).  The project must be completed. That is, it must be a full paper that is either unpublished or has been published recently (since 2018). The committee may elect not to make this award in any given year.

Requirements

There are two requirements:

  1. Award winners must be/become members of ComplianceNet prior to receiving the award.

  2. They must commit to attend the 2020 ComplianceNet conference where they would receive the award. This conference will take place on June 29-30 at the University College London.

Submission Materials

1.  A letter of nomination that includes a brief discussion of your reasons for the recommendation. Self-nominations are welcome.

2.  Where relevant to the award, a copy of the paper(s), chapter, or book to be considered (electronic versions preferred).

3. Please email submissions to: Benjamin van Rooij (b.vanrooij@uva.nl)

4.  Nominations will be reviewed by the ComplianceNet convenors, and winners must agree to make a short speech at the annual meeting of ComplianceNet, where the awards will be made.

2019

ComplianceNet is pleased to announce awards to promote and highlight scholarly efforts in our discipline.​ The following were awarded at the 2019 conference.

2020 Junior Scholar Publication Award: Doron Dorfman

The award recognizes scholarly work of junior faculty, post-docs, graduate students, and/or practitioners with fewer than 8 years experience post-Ph.D. completion. Papers must be primarily the work of one or more junior scholars. Co-authored papers with post-tenure scholars will be accepted, but a junior scholar should be the primary author and submission letters should describe the relevant contributions of each co-author.

The winner of the Junior Scholar Publication Award was Doron Dorfman. 

 

Doron Dorfman is an Associate Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law. His interdisciplinary research focuses on disability law and health law using doctrinal analysis and social science methodology. Professor Dorfman’s scholarship explores how stigma informs the legal treatment of disempowered communities through a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods, including surveys, experiments, interviews, and observations.  

2019 Outstanding Publication Award: Jodi Short

The award recognizes scholarly work of post-tenure faculty and/or practitioners with more than 8 years experience (post-Ph.D. completion). Scholars working by themselves or as part of a team of co-authors are eligible for the competition.

The winner of the Outstanding Publication Award was Jodi Short, with co-authors Yanhua Bird and Michael W. Toffel.

Jodi Short is the Honorable Roger J. Traynor Professor of Law at UC Hastings College of the Law. Her research is on the regulation of business, in particular, the intersection of public and private regulatory regimes and the theory and practice of regulatory reform.