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Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Law - ILB's entry in the 2014 ABA Peeps in Law contest

This is the 6th year the ABA has sponsored an annual diorama contest, Peeps in Law. The ABA announcement includes:

After we have received all the submissions and gloated lovingly about how talented our readers are, voting begins! You will have from April 9 to April 21 to ponder which of our Peeps in Law dioramas deserves the grand prize and eternal glory, and we will announce the winners on Earth Day, April 22. The top three dioramas will receive prizes from Just Born, the makers of Peeps.
The ILB will remind you to vote during the April 9 to 21st period. For now though you can admire all the entries so far in this ABA gallery. The ILB's entry, in keeping with the ILB's simple and direct style, is titled "Three examples of Bad Peeping."

Posted by Marcia Oddi on April 2, 2014 09:26 AM
Posted to Indiana Law