Fun Contest: ABA Journal’s 2012 Ross Essay “Haiku Throwdown”

August 30, 2012

Legal RebelsIn this year’s Ross Essay Contest, ABA members have 17 syllables to address one of the five designated topics: Innovation, Inspiration, Law Practice, Being a Lawyer, or the U.S. Supreme Court.  So what is a haiku again? A haiku is an unrhymed poem with three lines containing five, seven, and five syllables respectively.  Like every year, only ABA members are eligible to submit their haiku for a chance at a share of $5,000. Learn more and submit an entry.

Sample WestlawNext Haikus (remember 5, 7, 5):

 

WestlawNext is cool

I love to research all day

Results are top notch!

 

Do Right Answers Count?

Does Legal Research Matter?

Yes. Use WestlawNext

 

Always on the go

That’s okay with WestlawNext

It is mobile too

Click here to submit your entry.