Law in Peepular Culture

See photos of dioramas for 5th Annual Peeps in Law contest

Ignore your winter storm advisories–spring is in the air! It’s time, once again, for our annual Peeps in Law diorama contest. Get your glue guns warm and your blood-sugar levels revved up!

As always, our rules are as follows: Create a law-related diorama with Peeps, take a photo of the diorama and send the photo (JPG, GIF or PNG) by midnight Monday, March 25 to Include a title of the diorama, how you would like to be identified, and a short—no more than 150-word—description. The staff will select our finalists using a rigorous, scientific and Byzantine process cloaked under a haze of mystery. (We email each other and argue over our cubicle walls.) Then on Tuesday, March 26, voting will open, and our readers select three dioramas to receive first-, second- and third-place prize packages from Just Born, the manufacturers of Peeps. The glorious winners will be announced April 1.

If you’d like a little inspiration to jump-start your creative juices, take a look at the past four grand-prize winners in the gallery to your left. Check back often, as we will start adding new diorama entries as we receive them. Last year, B. McLeod composed and recorded a two-part ballad for his entry, and it didn’t even win, so consider the bar raised.

Fine Print: By submitting a photo, you are acknowledging that you understand our Terms of Use and agree to allow the ABA Journal to reprint your photo and description in all forms of media at any time. You also agree to allow Peeps maker, Just Born, to post winning diorama images on its PEEPS® site. Individual email addresses will not be posted.

Related galleries:

The Dark Peep Rises: 2012 Peeps in Law Gallery.

Peeps in Law Story 3: 2011 Peeps in Law Gallery.

Peeps in Law Part Deux: 2010 Peeps in Law Gallery.

Inaugural Peeps in Law: 2009 Peeps in Law Gallery.

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