Last week, we posted the personalized license plates of two land use lawyer colleagues, and invited our readers to send in their own, real or imagined, promising to post the best submissions.
Before we get to those, we note the above, perhaps our favorite work of modern art, a piece titled "Preamble," which hangs in the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. Yes, those are real license plates, and when read together spell out the preamble to the Constitution. We like the piece so much, we've got a print hanging in our office.
And now, the best of the submissions from you, our readers.
Fi Fum? A lawyer who doesn't like fee awards?
Or one who condemns fee simple absolutes?
One who appreciates the pace of litigation perhaps?
Actually, we know the backstory here and it is more about
a lawyer's former profession than his commentary on the
speed of judicial resolution.
Since this is from our friends
in the Great White North, we
assume that means "expropriate"