Amicus humoriae: an anthology of legal humor

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Carolina Academic Press, 2003 - Humor - 259 pages
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In this new work, editors Jarvis, Baker, and McClurg have selected 25 of the funniest law review articles from the past 50 years and arranged them in five categories: law students, law professors, lawyers, judges, and legal scholarship. Also included is a comprehensive bibliography, which is an invaluable research tool. The book's jacket features an original cartoon by the noted artist Alan Gerson.

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