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1st place winner:

Michael Iadevaia – Poach-No-More: Antitrust Considerations of Intra-Franchise No-Poach Agreements

Michael Iadevaia

Michael Iadevaia - Cornell Law School, May 2019

Michael Iadevaia graduated from Cornell Law School in May 2019, where he was an Articles Editor of the Cornell Law Review. He received his B.S. from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University in 2016. During his time in law school, Michael focused his studies extensively on labor and employment law. He served as a Teaching Assistant for an undergraduate course in labor and employment law and as a Research Assistant for several labor and employment law faculty. He also worked for the Cornell Labor Law Clinic, where he helped represent individual workers and their unions. Presently, he is serving as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Robert D. Mariani, U.S. District Judge for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

2nd place winner:  

Robert Pannullo – Fixing The Struggle for Labor Equality in Minor League Baseball: A Call for Unionization

Robert Pannullo

Robert Pannullo - Fordham University, J.D. Candidate 2020

Robert Pannullo is a third year law student at Fordham University School of Law. He is from Northern New Jersey and graduated from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations in 2017, where he played both Varsity Baseball and Varsity Sprint Football. Following his law school graduation, Rob will be working as a litigation associate at Winston & Strawn in New York City. He can be contacted at rpannullo11@gmail.com.

3rd place winner:  

Andrew Morgan – How to Close the Gender Pay Gap: Transparency in Data Regarding Compensation is the Key

Andrew Morgan

Andrew Morgan - University of Connecticut School of Law, May 2020

Andrew Morgan is a third-year law student at the University of Connecticut School of Law, where he is an Assistant Managing Editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law. Andrew grew up in Hingham, Massachusetts. He received a B.S.B.A. from High Point University in Business Administration with a minor in Economics. Prior to law school, Andrew worked for Goodwin Procter LLP as a litigation case assistant. During his time in law school, Andrew has worked for the Office of the Attorney General - State of Connecticut, Committee for Public Counsel Services - Public Defender Division, and Liberty Mutual Insurance.