Professor and Copyright Society member Rebecca Tushnet has been named the 2014 Seton Award Winner. The award is in recognition of her article "Performance Anxiety: Copyright Embodied and Disembodied," which appeared in Volume 20 Number 2 of our Journal. Members can access the article in our digital archive by signing in at www.csusa.org and visiting their Profile Home. The Seton Award honors Charles B. Seton (1910-2005), one of the founding members of the Society. Granted annually by the Society to the best writing by a young lawyer in the field of copyright that was published in the Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA. To qualify, the article must have been written prior to the author's 40th birthday. The selected young lawyer receives a certificate and a financial prize.