Loevinger Prize

Jurimetrics seeks quality papers in any field of law and science. To encourage the most outstanding submissions, the Board of Editors administers the Loevinger Prize, named in honor of Lee Loevinger, Esq., a founder of the journal. Mr. Loevinger was a past chair of the ABA Section of Science & Technology Law, former associate justice of the Supreme Court of Minnesota, former United States assistant attorney general (Antitrust Division) and former FCC commissioner.

The prize of $1,000 is awarded to the author of an article published in Jurimetrics that is judged to make the best contribution to the field. All authors who publish in Jurimetrics are automatically eligible (except for the journal's editors and staff, faculty at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University members of the Board of Editors and the Section's Council).

Questions about the prize or the journal should be addressed to: Editor, Jurimetrics, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Box 877906, Tempe, AZ 85287-7906, or by e-mail at jurimetrics@asu.edu.

Recipients

Past recipients of the Loevinger Prize:

D. James Greiner, Ecological Inference in Voting Rights Act Disputes: Where Are We Now, and Where Do We Want to Be?, 47 Jurimetrics J. 115–167 (2007).

Scott B. Morris and Dale A. Nance, An Empirical Assessment of Presentation Formats for Trace Evidence with a Relatively Large and Quantifiable Random Match Probability, 42 Jurimetrics J. 403-448 (2002).

David E. Bernstein, Frye, Frye, Again: The Past, Present, and Future of the General Acceptance Test, 41 Jurimetrics J. 385-407 (2001).

Richard Lempert, After the DNA Wars: Skirmishing with NRC II, 37 Jurimetrics J. 439-468 (1997)

John Nolt, Grayfred B. Gray, Bruce J. MacLennan, and Donald R. Ploch, A Logic for Statutory Law
(Winter 1995) 35:121

Jonathan J. Koehler, Error and Exaggeration in the Presentation of DNA Evidence at Trial (Fall 1993) 34:21

Jonathan L. Entin, Innumeracy and Jurisprudence: The Surprising Difficulty of Counting Petition Signatures (Winter 1993) 33:223

Jack H. McCall, Jr., "The Inexorable Advance of Technology"?: American and International Efforts to Curb Missile Proliferation (Spring 1992) 32:387