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Cartoon Poll: Which Franklin, Franklin & @TheLawyerDude caption fits best?

Posted May 13, 2014 10:40 AM CDT
By Molly McDonough

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Poll: Which Franklin, Franklin & @TheLawyerDude caption fits best?

This poll ended on Mon, June 16, 2014 - 9:00:45.

Results

  • "I hear his winning appellate brief was 140 characters or less."
    131 votes (48.7%)
  • "The Partnership Committee said I had better trial skills, but Johnson had more Twitter followers."
    83 votes (30.86%)
  • "When I told your brother to make a name for himself here, this is not what I had in mind."
    55 votes (20.45%)
Total Votes: 269

We received more than 100 cartoon caption entries for our May contest, with more than a few on the theme of a grandson making partner or a grandson heading up the firm's marketing department.

But after ABA Journal staff culled through the entries, here are the finalists we selected. Now it's your turn to vote for the caption that fits best:

"I hear his winning appellate brief was 140 characters or less." —submitted by Jeffrey P. Miller

"The Partnership Committee said I had better trial skills, but Johnson had more Twitter followers." —submitted by Evan Sheres of Washington, D.C.

“When I told your brother to make a name for himself here, this is not what I had in mind.” —submitted by Paul Van Lysebettens of Chicago

How to vote: Using our poll, select the caption you think best fits the scene depicted in the cartoon.

Voting period: Votes must be cast by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, May 25.

What's the prize? Bragging rights. Plus, the winning caption and credit to the caption writer will appear in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal.

For complete rules, follow this link. To view past cartoons, check out this gallery or follow the Cartoon Caption Contest RSS feed.

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