Posted May 27, 2014 03:20 pm CDT
We’re not quite sure what counsel is getting at with her exhibit.
Maybe you can tell us what’s happening in this legal-themed cartoon:
Submit the caption you think best fits the above cartoon by sending an email to captions[at]abajournal[dot]com with “June Caption Contest” in the subject line. Only entries received by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, June 8, will be considered.
“I hear his winning appellate brief was 140 characters or less.”
A shout out to last month’s winning contest contributor, Jeffrey P. Miller of Huntington, New York, for his caption: “I hear his winning appellate brief was 140 characters or less.”
How the contest works: Readers are asked to consider what’s happening in the cartoon in this post and submit clever, original captions. ABA Journal staff will review entries, pick their favorites, then ask readers to vote on the best of the bunch.
How to enter: Submit the caption you think best fits the scene depicted in the cartoon by sending an email to captions[at]abajournal[dot]com with “Caption Contest” in the subject line.
Deadline for entry: Entries for the June contest must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, June 8.
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.
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