Law students win ASCAP competition

<p>Melissa Bogden, a third-year student at the College of Law, recently won first prize in the 2010 Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition sponsored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Bogden won for her essay, “Fixing Fixation: The Ram Copy Doctrine.”</p><separator></separator><p>Second prize went to Li-Jen Shen, also a 3L, for her essay, “A Duration No More Than Necessary: A Proposed Test for the Duration Requirement of RAM-Copy Fixation.”</p>