2021 Writing Prize Winner – Ms. Dana Schneider ’22

By Dana Schneider (’22)

The Program on Biblical Law and Christian Legal Studies awards two prizes for the best student papers in the following categories: 1. Biblical Law or 2. Judeo-Christian Legal Thought/The Intersection of Faith & Law.

In the Biblical Law category Ms. Dana Schneider’s paper  “The Bible, Christian Doctrine, and Lending Money: An Argument for Renewed Christian Perspectives


Dana Schneider (’22) is from Harmony, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Yale College with a B.A. in political science and the New England Conservatory with a M.M. in harp performance. Prior to law school, she was a paralegal at Davis Polk and a Banking Fellow in Senator Toomey’s Office. On campus, Dana is a Senior Articles Editor on the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy and a member of the Catholic Law Students Association. She spent her 1L summer at the Securities and Exchange Commission and her 2L summer at Williams & Connolly.

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