March 14, 2018

ABA Announces Silver Gavel Awards Winners For 2018 @ABAesq

The American Bar Association has announced its finalists for the Silver Gavel Award for 2018.  They include


An American Sickness by Elizabeth Rosenthal; Penguin Random House.
In Praise of Litigation by Alexandra Lahav; Oxford University Press.
Unwarranted: Policing without Permission by Barry Friedman; Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Secrecy Rules; Star Tribune (Minneapolis); James Shiffer, reporter; Karen Lundegaard, digital editor.
Death-Penalty Defense Drama at Guantanamo War Court; Miami Herald; Carol Rosenberg, military affairs reporter; Dave Wilson, senior editor.


Breakdown Season 6: A Jury of his Peers; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution; Richard Halicks, senior editor; Kevin Riley; editor-in-chief; Bill Rankin, legal affairs writer; Pete Corson, audience specialist.
The Bookie, the Phone Booth, and the FBI; WNYC Studios New York Public Radio; Manoush Zomorodi, host and managing editor; Kat Aaron, senior producer; Jen Poyant, executive producer.
Null and Void; Radiolab at WNYC; Maria Matasar-Padilla, managing director; Tracie Hunte, reporter; Matt Kielty, producer; Soren Wheeler, managing editor.


Abacus: Small Enough to Jail; PBS Distribution, Frontline and ITVS; Mitten Media, Motto Pictures and Kartemquin Films Production; Steve James, director; Mark Mitten, producer; Julie Goldman, producer.
Baltimore Rising; Blowback Productions for HBO Documentary Films; Sonja Sohn, director and executive producer; Marc Levin, Anthony Hemingway, George Pelecanos and Mark Taylor, executive producers; Sheila Nevins, executive producer for HBO; Nancy Abraham. senior producer.
48 Hours: “Guilty Until Proven Innocent48 Hours/CBS News; Charlotte Fuller and Alicia Tejada, field producers; Maureen Maher, correspondent; Peter Schweitzer, senior producer; Nancy Kramer, executive story editor; Judy Rybak, producer.

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