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Latest revision as of 14:12, 27 April 2015

The J. Carlisle Hanson Prize in Rights, Freedoms, and the Media is awarded annually to a Fredericton campus student enrolled in an undergraduate arts program who writes an outstanding essay on a subject related to the intersection of media and law. The prize is funded by James Carlisle Hanson, Q.C. (BA '46, BCL '51) of Ottawa, to commemorate his dedication to the protection of free speech.

Year Name Title of essay Held at UNB Archives Student of
2010 Jennifer Jane Carmichael "Publicizing Terror: Western Media and the Message of Terrorism" Yes UNB Fredericton
2011 Kelly Rebecca Flinn No Unknown
2012 Not awarded?
2013 Not awarded?

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