Vote for your favorite 2017 Peeps in Law diorama

Law in Peepular Culture

Poll: Which diorama should win Peeps in Law 2017: Rogue Peep?

Click here to see our complete gallery of entries.


Entries are in for our 2017 Peeps in Law diorama contest—and you can peep them one and all in the full photo gallery of entries below. This year’s submissions touched on attacks on the judiciary, legal history and the Oxford comma. We’re grateful to everyone who took the time to create an entry for this year’s contest.

We’ve chosen six finalists, and from now until 11:59 p.m. Sunday, April 16, you can vote on which one of them you think is the best. We will announce the winners April 17. The top three dioramas will be recognized by the ABA Journal. (The prizes? Bragging rights.)


ABA Peepsident Linda Klein defends the judiciary

‘For want of a comma, we have this case’

Peepsburg and Sugarmayor

Rogue Loving

Inauguration Weekend

State of Peepington v Trump

How to vote: Using our poll, select your favorite finalist.

Voting period: Votes must be cast by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, April 16.

What’s the prize? Bragging rights.

Fine print: For complete rules, follow this link.

To view entries in our Peeps contest through the years, check out some of our past galleries:

Peep Wars: 2016 Peeps in Law Gallery.

Game of Peeps: 2015 Peeps in Law Gallery.

Peeps in Law 2014: Sugar Anniversary Edition: 2014 Peeps in Law Gallery.

Peeps in Law 2013: 2013 Peeps in Law Gallery.

2017 Peeps in Law: Rogue Peep

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