Via this post on Bob Ambrogi's LawSites, I discovered a creative contest being organized and promoted here by Daniel A. Schwartz's Connecticut Employment Law Blog. The challenge? "Summarize, comment on, or write something pithy" on any Supreme Court case in a single "tweet" on Twitter.
Schwartz offers a couple of examples:
* Brown v. Bd of Ed: Remember Plessy v. Ferguson? We don't know what we were thinking. Yes, separate schools are inherently unequal #cbftech
* What would Law & Order be without its most common phrase "You Have the Right to Remain Silent"? Thank you Miranda v. AZ #cbftech
Schwartz says the best Supreme Court-themed tweet will receive a modest prize of some kind, and that many of the top entries will be shared at the upcoming Connecticut Bar Foundation's Technology Symposium.
Here are the basic instructions to participate: [MORE]Sphere: Related Content
Posted by Bruce Carton on March 24, 2010
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