The Volokh Conspiracy

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"Mostly law professors, blogging about whatever we want since 2002."

Author: The Washington Post's Volokh Conspiracy was founded by is Eugene Volokh, a professor at the University of California-Los Angeles School of Law. Among the other contributors: Dale Carpenter of the University of Minnesota; David Kopel, research director for the Independence Institute; David Bernstein, Ilya Somin and Todd J. Zywicki of George Mason University; David Post of Temple University (who also contributes to ICANN Watch); Jim Lindgren of Northwestern University, John P. Elwood, a partner at Vinson & Elkins in Washington, D.C.; Jonathan Adler of Case Western Reserve University; Kenneth Anderson of American University; Orin Kerr of George Washington University; Paul G. Cassell of the University of Utah; Randy Barnett of Georgetown University; Stewart A. Baker, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, D.C.; Eugene Volokh's brother Sasha Volokh, a professor at Emory University; William Baude is a law professor at the University of Chicago; Eugene Kontorovich is a law professor at Northwestern University; and Nita A. Farahany is a law professor at Duke University.

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Poll: Which of these captions for the cartoon contest really pops?

Two prisoners watch lawyer walk out of prison.

  • 41.29%
    "He’s not much of a lawyer, but for 40 years he hasn’t forgotten my birthday."
  • 9.01%
    "I asked for help keeping my head up, but I should have been more specific."
  • 49.7%
    "How did the meeting with your attorney go?" "He said these balloons had a better chance of getting me out than he did."