Between 1999 and 2003, the NEJL offered a number of awards for publications: The Reginald Heber Smith Book Award, the Edgar and Jean Cahn Article Award and the John Bradway Award. Below is a list of the awardees.
Reginald Heber Smith Book Award
|1999-2000||Joel Handler, Ellen Jane Hollingsworth, and Howard Erlanger. Lawyers and the Pursuit of Legal Rights. New York: Academic Press, 1978.|
|1999-2000||Melissa Fay Greene. Praying for Sheetrock: A Work of Non-fiction. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1991.|
|1999-2000||Honorable mention: Jack Katz. Poor People's Lawyers in Transition. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1982.|
|2000-2001||Martha Davis. Brutal Need: Lawyers and the Welfare Rights Movement, 1960-1973. New Haven: Yale University Press , 1973.|
|2000-2001||Gerald Lopez. Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano's Vision of Progressive Law Practice. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1992.|
|2000-2001||Honorable mention: Richard Abel. Politics by Other Means: Law in the Struggle Against Apartheid, 1980-1994. New York: Routledge, 1995.|
|2002-2003||Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold (eds.). Cause Lawyering: Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 1998; Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold. Cause Lawyering and the State in a Global Era. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.|
Edgar and Jean Cahn Article Award
|1999-2000||Edgar and Jean Cahn. "The War on Poverty: A Civilian Perspective." Yale Law Journal (1964).|
|1999-2000||Marc Feldman. "Political Lessons: Legal Services for the Poor." Georgetown Law Review (1995).|
|1999-2000||Richard L. Abel, "Law Without Politics: Legal Aid Under Advanced Capitalism." UCLA Law Review (1985)|
|1999-2000||Marc Galanter. “Why the Haves Come Out Ahead.” Law and Society Review (1974)|
Posthumous award: Edward Sparer.
“Fundamental Human Rights, Legal Entitlements, and the Social Struggle: A
Friendly Critique of the Critical Legal Studies Movement.” 36 Stan. L. Rev. 509 (1983-84).
Jon Dubin,. “Torquemada Meets Kafka: The Misapplication of the Issue Exhaustion Doctrine to Inquisitorial Administrative Proceedings. “ 97 Columbia L. Rev. 1289 (June 1997).
|2000-2001||Joan Meier. “Domestic Violence, Character and Social Change in the Welfare Reform Debate.” Law and Policy (1997)|
Susan D. Carle. “From Buchanan to Button: Legal Ethics and the NAACP (Part II)," 8 University of Chicago Law School Roundtable 281 (2001).
John Bradway Award
|1999-2000||Gary Bellow and Beatrice Moulton. The Lawyering Process: Materials for Clinical Instruction in Advocacy. Mineola, NY: Foundation Press, 1978.|