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ATL’s Legally Themed Halloween Costume Contest: The Finalists

Just before Halloween, we asked our readers to submit their legally themed costumes to us for our annual contest. As usual, we got a great crop of entries, and we have a feeling you’re going to like them a lot.

We’ve got seven finalists for you to choose from, and voting starts today. Who will be the winner of this year’s competition? Let’s get to the costumes…

We’ll get kick this thing off with some class. Our first entry requires a little bit (okay, a lot) of explanation for those who haven’t been following Supreme Court cases recently:


This guy is dressed formally because he’s “a forensics report that Justice Thomas would subject to the Confrontation Clause under his concurrence in Williams v. Illinois.” See his footnote for additional details.

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