Richard Macrory Prize
2014 Winners Announced!
In the first year of the Annual Richard Macrory Prize for the Best Article in the Journal of Environmental Law there were two prize-winning articles... the prize goes to:
- Mulugeta Ayalew, Jonathan Chenoweth, Rosalind Malcolm, Yacob Mulugetta, Lorna Grace Okotto, and Stephen Pedley* for their article, "Small Independent Water Providers: Their Position in the Regulatory Framework for the Supply of Water in Kenya and Ethiopia," free to read online.
- Bettina Lange and Mark Shepheard for their article, "Changing Conceptions of Rights to Water?—An Eco-Socio-Legal Perspective," free to read online.
*Mulugeta Ayalew, Jonathan Chenoweth, Rosalind Malcolm, Yacob Mulugetta, Lorna Grace Okotto, and Stephen Pedleythe are donating the prize money of £250 to the Haramaya University in Ethiopia, a worthy recipient.
Annual Richard Macrory Prize for the Best Article in the Journal of Environmental Law
The Editorial Board and the Advisory Board of the Journal of Environmental Law are delighted to announce the creation of the Annual Richard Macrory Prize for the Best Article in the Journal of Environmental Law. The Prize, £500 of OUP books, will be awarded each year for the most thought-provoking and innovative article published in the Journal in that year. All articles published in the Journal are eligible for the award.
The panel judging the prize will consist of five Board Members (excluding the General Editor) and the decision will be announced by December of each year. The first prize will be awarded in 2014.
Professor Richard Macrory is a leading figure in both UK environmental law scholarship and practice. Richard was the founding General Editor of the Journal and the criteria for the prize (‘innovative and thought provoking’) reflects what Richard fostered throughout his long and vibrant editorship. Alongside this, Richard, has played a crucial role in ensuring rigorous debate around environmental law issues as well as being a constant source of encouragement for younger scholars and lawyers.