Paul R. Shuldiner Memorial Scholarship

Created in memory of Paul R. (“Randy”) Shuldiner ’75 by his family, this scholarship supports legal studies students with an interest in legal research and writing, as demonstrated through an original commentary on an article about civil liberties and civil rights. This scholarship is open to sophomore, junior and senior Legal Studies majors.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Shuldiner ’21: Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPR’s) are used by states for law enforcement monitoring of individual vehicular travel in near real-time (e.g., ALPR “hot list” in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts). Are there constraints, i.e., constitutional, technical, social, political, or other which might effectively limit the use of such tools by states? Please explore this question and support your answer with appropriate authority in an essay roughly 5 pages, double spaced, not including references/citations.
  2. Please upload your current resume.