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Poll: Pick the caption that best fits this lawyer-in-a-time-machine cartoon:

In this month’s legal-themed cartoon of a lawyer taking a trip back in time, readers submitted more than 100 possible captions.

After winnowing down the list, here are the staff picks. Now it’s your turn to vote for the winning caption that will appear in an upcoming issue of the magazine. Read the post and add comments here. You can vote multiple times.

  • 36.77% -- "Quick! I need a couple of snappy Latin aphorisms for a brief I'm writing." (303 votes)
  • 8.5% -- "Excuse me, I'm searching for a legal precedent." (70 votes)
  • 54.73% -- "Unwilling to adapt to current law office technology, Fred was forced to relocate his practice." (451 votes)

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