Last week, we asked readers to submit possible captions for this picture:
Let’s have a look at what our readers came up with, and vote on the finalists…
Halloween is a little more than a week away, and once again, everyone in the legal community is getting excited for a weekend full of debauchery in their favorite naughty costumes.
For the fifth year in a row, we here at Above the Law are soliciting legally themed costumes for our annual Halloween contest. We’re continually impressed with how creative lawyers and law students can be outside of their natural habitats.
Have you got what it takes to top the winners of years past? We hope so!
Do you want to prove that you know more about the Supreme Court than anybody else? Do you just like money? Do you want to humiliate Above the Law editors?
If your answer to any of these questions was yes — and I suspect your answer to ALL of these questions was yes — then sign up at FantasySCOTUS and play against us predicting all the outcomes of the October 2014 Term.
There’s $10,000 in it for you if you’re good….
Earlier this year, when we mentioned lawyers’ love lives (or the lack thereof), we wrote that “[l]awyers may not lead the most luxurious of lifestyles, but if you’re single and looking, it’s still a profession that will make prospective dates ooh and aah.” In fact, “[m]ost people in the average dating pool think being a lawyer is a road to riches, thus making these eligible bachelors even more appealing.”
Some lawyers, though, really do have the full package — they’re handsome, well-educated, and filthy rich. To that end, Gotham Magazine is currently running its Most Eligible Bachelors competition, and as luck would have it, some influential attorneys made the list.
Feast your eyes upon some of Biglaw’s best and brightest, and then vote for your favorite…
It’s all over. Finally. Some of you complained that this competition took to long. I ask, “What else were you doing with your Tuesday afternoons?” This segment, originally planned for three weeks, became a marathon when it became clear that too many of these letters had almost identical titles. But we certainly had fun revisiting these classics from the archives.
And now we have an all-time champion to measure all future letters against.
Who is it?