April 17, 2007
Vote for the Oddest Law Book Title
Being the 50-something slacker I am, I missed the April 2 deadline for creating this poll. And before being accussed of being obsessed with sex, I want to state for the record that many, if not most, of the sex-gender-whatever related titles were submitted by female librarians, who may or may not be obsessed with sex. At my age, the only thing I'm obsessed with is finding time to take a nap.
Unless I take one of my all day naps, results of this poll will be announced on Monday, April 23rd. Thanks for all the great nominations. [JH]
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If just for fun, Joe Hodnicki has posted a poll on the Law Librarian Blog, asking readers to Vote for the Oddest Law Book Title. Voting is open through next Monday, April 23rd. [Read More]
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One of the oddest law-book titles I ever saw was FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES TO GUAM. It was one volume of an alphabetically organized digest.
Posted by: Tony Waters | May 11, 2008 12:37:02 PM
Great idea; getting everyone to vote,
Posted by: Judy | Apr 18, 2007 7:26:37 AM
"Toxic torts in a nutshell"
Posted by: Markram | Apr 17, 2007 4:08:29 PM
Great title. Gross subject.
Posted by: Emily Kingston | Apr 17, 2007 12:08:36 PM