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Funny case names (e.g., Schmuck v. United States, Batman v. Commissioner, Juicy Whip v. Orange Bang, Death v. Graves).
Laura Lucas K. Hori, Bons Mots, Buffonery, and the Bench: The Role of Humor in Judicial Opinions, 60 UCLA L. Rev. Discourse 16 (2012)
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Judge Alex Kozinski & Eugene Volokh, Lawsuit, Shmawsuit, 103 Yale L. J. 463 (1993). HeinOnline
Stephen Kruger, A Packet of Purported Legal Humor, 16 J. Jurisprudence 589 (2012).
Laura Krugman Rey, Laughter at the Court: The Supreme Court as a Source of Humor. 79 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1397 (2006). HeinOnline
Steven Lubet, Bullying from the Bench, 5 Green Bag 2d 11 (2001)
Marshall Rudolph, Judicial Humor: A Laughing Matter? 41 Hastings L.J. 175 (1989). HeinOnline
Susan K. Rushing, Student Essay, Is Judicial Humor Judicious?, 1 Scribes J. Legal Writing 125 (1990). HeinOnline
Michael Saint-Onge, Legal Levity, Law Libr. Lights, Jan./Feb. 1992, at 9. HeinOnline
George Rose Smith, A Critique of Judicial Humor, 43 Ark. L. Rev. 1(1990). HeinOnline
Mary B. Trevor, From Ostriches to Sci-Fi: A Social Science Analysis of the Impact of Humor in Judicial Opinions, 45 U. Tol. L. Rev. 291 (2014). HeinOnline