Kyle Robisch ’14 Wins a 2015 Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing

Kyle Robisch
Kyle Robisch

Kyle Robisch ’14 won a 2015 Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing for his Note, “Getting to the (Non)Point: Private Governance as a Solution to Nonpoint Source Pollution,” published in the Vanderbilt Law Review in 2014. Robisch is the third VLS graduate in the last three years to receive a prestigious Burton Award. Robisch also won first prize in two 2014 competitions: the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy and Resources Student Writing Competition on Public Land and Policy, as well as the California Bar Association’s Criminal Law Student Writing Competition. He is serving a two-year clerkship with Judge G. Kendall Sharp of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

 


Summer 2015 Vanderbilt Law Magazine VLR