Complete This Phrase: 'The Law Doesn't Suck; It's Just ...'
It is late August. Everyone you know -- and everyone you know's neighbors, co-workers, family, friends, Facebook friends and Twitter followers -- are all on vacation somewhere. With so very little going on in the legal world, let me direct you to the Simple Justice "Great Book Giveaway Contest." The winner of the contest gets a legal writing book (Steven Stark's Writing to Win, which Scott Greenfield is essentially re-gifting), along with a check in the amount of $3.45.
Unless you are fired up to score the book and the $3.45, the contest is really just your chance to be creative for 45 seconds today as you attempt to complete this phrase:
The law doesn't suck; it's just ...
I have already submitted my two entries in the comments section of the Simple Justice post (here and here), so head over there to see them and dozens of others, and to leave your own. Greenfield has already stated that if the "responses are just awful, I'm sending the book to Brian Tannebaum, even though there are no pages to color." That means that even if your entry turns out to be terrible, you can say that you were just trying to help Tannebaum.
Posted by Bruce Carton on August 28, 2012 at 04:33 PM | Permalink
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