LAPA/Perkins Fellow Daniel LaChance is one of seven winners of a prestigious competition for junior law and humanities scholars. An interdisciplinary committee from sponsoring organizations The University of Southern California Center for Law, History and Culture, and the Law Schools of UCLA, Columbia, and Georgetown selected among the anonymously submitted papers. The honor means that Danny will present his paper in a stand-alone session at a June conference with two senior scholars as commentators. His paper examines dramatic and journalist executions in the United States between World War I and World War II. He will give a version of the paper in the LAPA Seminar on April 21.