Last week, we asked readers to submit possible captions for this photo:

On Friday, you voted on the finalists, and now it’s time to announce the winner of our caption contest….

As is customary with our caption contests, we will now reveal the backstory behind the picture. The photo was taken by yours truly at LegalTech New York, where Symantec arranged for celebrity host Ben Bailey to test lawyers’ knowledge in the eDi$covery Cab. Here’s what one of the winners, GlaxoSmithKline litigation paralegal Chrissy Becker, had to say about her experience, courtesy of Law Technology News:

“They asked four questions,” Becker said. The questions weren’t terribly challenging: “How many rings are in the Olympic circle?” [five]; What’s the priciest part of e-discovery?” [document review]; “Who authored the majority opinion in the Supreme Court’s recent healthcare decision?” [Chief Justice John Roberts]; and “Which company purchased Clearwell Systems?” [Symantec], they said. “We didn’t actually drive around New York, but they filmed us in the cab,” she explained. “I definitely missed my calling for Hollywood. There was a spider crawling up the seat at one point. I almost lost it!”

Let’s give Symantec a round of applause for trying to make eDiscovery fun. We know it must’ve been difficult!

And now, without further ado, here’s the winning caption:

Driver wanted. Must be top-25% grad of T14 law school. Law review and/or moot court strongly preferred. Clerkship experience is a plus. Reasonably clean driving, rehab, and criminal records required. Minimum wage, plus tips. ATL commentariat need not apply.

Thanks to everyone for suggesting comments and for voting. If you wrote the winning caption, feel free to email us, subject line “Caption Contest Winner,” to claim your prize (an ATL t-shirt).

Earlier: Caption Contest Finalsts: Because The Pay Is Better Than Doc Review
Caption Contest: Because The Pay Is Better Than Doc Review


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