Deedee Bitran, Legal Research Assistant at FIU Law
Florida International University School of Law
What is Due with a Due Date: Reasonable Pregnancy Accommodations in the Workplace

Honorable Mention

Lindsey Weltman, Current 3rd year law student
University of Illinois College of Law
The Nation’s Wealth Above Seniors’ Health? Drug Shortages Resulting from Medicare Part B Legislations



Trinity Brown, Judicial Law Clerk at U.S. District Courts
Yale Law School
The Doctor as the Diagnostician and Adjudicator: Do Disparities Translate to Denials in the Sequential Evaluation Process?

Honorable Mentions

Kelsey Leingang, Health Care Attorney at McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Loyola University of Chicago School of Law
A Growing Hole in the Safety Net for Disabled Americans: How Federalism Has Created Inefficiency in the Adjudication of Social Security Disability Claims

Rachel Polzin, Attorney at Department of Health and Human Services of the General Counsel, CMS Division
Saint Louis University School of Law
The Decision to Admit a Patient: Was ‘Two Midnights’ Enough to Find the Best Answer?