Tuesday, March 13, 2007

odd law book titles: what's on your shelf?

The Law Librarian Blog has begun a contest to find the "oddest law book title." To submit your nomination, post your nominated title no later than March 23. The blog will poll its readers to choose their favorite from the nominees beginning April 2. Among the titles already nominated are:

  • Blackie the Talking Cat: And Other Favorite Judicial Opinions (West 1996)

  • 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
    (publisher and publication date unfortunately not provided!)



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