Who doesn’t love a good typo? We certainly do here at Above the Law (which is why we make so many; we’re just trying to amuse you — and to test the proofreading skills of the commenters).

Typos can be quite funny, especially when committed by leading law firms. As long as they don’t hurt your clients by costing them millions, they generally amount to harmless fun.

Everyone knows that typos happen — like a certain other thing. Which brings us to today’s caption contest….

Here’s the picture for our latest caption contest, which suggests that some law schools are taking the term “TTT” a tad too literally. Check out the unfortunate typo that the admissions office of the St. Thomas University School of Law sent out this morning (click on the image to enlarge it):

Same rules as always: submit possible captions in the comments. Please try to be funny. We’ll choose our favorites — with preference given to those with a legal bent — and then let you vote for the best one.

Please submit your entries by TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, at 11:59 P.M. (Eastern time). Thanks!

P.S. As we’ve said before, we aren’t fond of the term “TTT” around these parts (and neither is Justice Thomas). We are using it here simply because it is too apropos (or apropoo, as the case may be).

Earlier: Clarence Thomas Clarifies: His Clerks Aren’t ‘TTT’


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