Emily Pascale L’23 named a “2024 Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award” Winner by the Burton Awards

Emily Pascale L’23 was named a “2024 Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award” winner by the Burton Awards. Her article “Deeply Dehumanizing, Degrading and Violating: Deepfake Pornography and the Path to Legal Recourse” was published in the Syracuse Law Review – Volume 73, Book 1. Professor Aliza Milner, Director of Legal Communication and Research, reviewed notes from the College’s academic journals to select one paper for submission.

Pascale is currently a Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Judge William Q. Hayes L’83 of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.

Christopher (Martz) Arima L’22 received a “2023 Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award” winner, marking Pascale’s honor the second consecutive year a College of Law student has been named a recipient.

The Burton Awards, established in 1999, is funded by the Burton Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and academic effort devoted to recognizing and rewarding excellence in the legal profession. The Burton Awards were established to honor the finest accomplishments in law, including writing, reform, public service and interest, regulatory innovation, and lifetime achievements in the profession.

Law360 is the lead sponsor of the awards and the American Bar Association is the co-sponsor.