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College of Law Student Wins ABA Student Writing Competition
Sean J. Quinn ’06, a third-year student in the SU College of Law, has been named the winner of the 12th annual American Bar Association (ABA) Health Law Student Writing Competition. His winning entry was titled “Down on the Pharma: How Green-Lighting Generics Can Be a Game Changer against Off-Label Marketing by Brand-Name Offenders.” It also appears as a note in the Syracuse Law review, of which Quinn is an executive editor.
The award includes publication in The Health Lawyer, a $500 honorarium and attendance at the ABA Health Law Section’s Emerging Issues conference, to be held later this month in Arizona.
Quinn, who will receive his law degree in May, graduated from SU in 2006 with a double major in newspaper journalism from the Newhouse School and history from The College of Arts and Sciences. At the College of Law, he is an associate member of the Moot Court Honor Society.