March 13, 2007
Nominations Sought for Oddest Law Book Title
I received so many emails identifying odd law book titles in response to yesterday's post about Bookseller's poll for the oddest book title of the year that I have decided it would be fun to run a contest to identify the oddest law book title.
Nominations Due by March 23. To submit a title, please identify the work in a comment to this post. Nominations will be accepted until COB Friday, March 23. There is no limit to the number of nominations one may make or when the work was published, but the submitted title must be verifiable.
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Voting Starts on April 2. I will create an online poll that will be published on this blog on Monday, April 2.
Titles I have already received by email will be included in this poll. Joe Hodnicki
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Tracked on Mar 13, 2007 9:18:53 PM
Another email submission:
Relationships between injunctions and depression in women / by Dawn Kyoko Houck
Posted by: Joe | Mar 27, 2007 8:27:02 AM
Nomination: Ins and Outs of Gay Sex
Posted by: N J King | Mar 16, 2007 10:23:58 AM
What Can Lawyers Learn From Actors? (NITA, 2005)
Posted by: anna | Mar 14, 2007 10:08:49 AM
Another email submission:
Duncan Kennedy, Sexy Dressing, Etc. (Harvard, 1993)
Posted by: Joe | Mar 14, 2007 6:14:13 AM
Paul F. Campos, Jurismania: The Madness of American Law (Oxford U. Press 2000).
Posted by: Coleen Barger | Mar 13, 2007 9:21:22 PM
More email submissions:
- Michael Thomson, Endowed: Regulating the male-sexed body (Routledge, 2007)
- The Law of Outer Space (American Bar Foundation, 1961)
- The Law of Cadavers, Second Edition (Prentice-Hall, 1950)
- No justice, no piece! : a working girl's guide to labor organizing in the sex industry / by the hell-raisin' hussies who organized the Exotic Dancers Union at San Francisco's Lusty Lady Theater
Posted by: Joe | Mar 13, 2007 1:47:44 PM
Blackie the Talking Cat: And Other Favorite Judicial Opinions
Posted by: Sue Liemer | Mar 13, 2007 1:10:14 PM
Titles I received by emails:
- The Art of Writing Erotic and Pornographic Stories, Contracts and the Law;
- A treatise of the law of sewers, including the drainage acts;
- The international markets for meat;
- NY Statutes Salt Licks Law;
- Deductibility of Legal and Accounting fees, Bribes and Illegal Payments (BNA portfolio U.S. Income #523-2nd);
- The madam as entrepreneur : career management in house prostitution;
- Sexism and the law : a study of male beliefs and legal bias in Britian and the United States by Albie Sachs & Joan Hoff Wilson.
Posted by: Joe | Mar 13, 2007 6:40:52 AM