Haiku Contest for Law Students

The Haiku Contest
Is sadly discontinued.
Thanks to all who played!

2018-2019 Winners

Grand Prize: Alexis Wilt, Florida State University College of Law
Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision: Carpenter v. United States
When the hotline bling
Tracking it requires one thing
Show me the warrant

Runners-Up:
Stephanie Ramos, California Western School of Law
Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision: Sessions v. Dimaya
Immigrants detained
years and life have slowly passed
Hear no freedom song

Britaney Guzman-Bailey, Western New England University School of Law
Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision: MASTERPIECE CAKESHOP, LTD. v. COLORADO CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
Sugar, Butter, Hate:
Regardless of who we date,&
Don't we all want cake?

Haikus
A haiku is an unrhymed Japanese poem.  Haikus consist of three lines and a total of 17 syllables.  The first line has five syllables, the second seven, and the third five. 

Themes
Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions and the U.S. Constitution

Past Winners

Contest Rules

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