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What's Special About this Opinion?

Yesterday, it was the students' turn to Stump the Library Staff (which we are still researching). For today's National Library Week contest, we are back to asking the questions.

In 1990, the opinion written by Judge Alex Kozinski in United States v. Syufy Enterprises (903 F.2d 659) grabbed headlines for its style as well as its legal substance. Why?

UW Law students, faculty and staff can submit answers to asklawref@law.wisc.edu or put them in the box by the reference desk. Anyone else who wants to try it can answer in a comment. You aren't eligible for a prize, but then satisfaction is it's own reward, isn't it?