Lyman ’06 Wins Top International Law Writing Award

Law School alumnus Robert Lyman ’06 recently received the Justice Robert H. Jackson Award, North America’s premier honor recognizing an outstanding student work addressing topics of international or comparative law. Lyman’s article, “Compulsory Process in a Globalized Era: Defendant Access to Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties,” was published in the Virginia Journal of International Law’s (VJIL) fall 2006 issue. More than 30 leading international law journals in the United States and Canada were invited to submit entries.