This Week: Do's and Don'ts on Halloween, as Collected from Some World-Renowned Law-Student Weblogs
Do's . . .
Use your law-school smarts to come up with nifty costume ideas: assault and battery, Leonard v. Pepsico, and more. [Natalaw]
Or select from these fine costume ideas. [Neo Tokyo Times]
If your costume is historical in nature, do some research to assure historical accuracy, then wear some knee-high boots anyway. [Mixtape Marathon]
Before donning your regalia, be sure to read these four costume hints. [Jeremy's Weblog]
Then try to get to Georgia, where you can do Halloween with a beer on the beach. [the thin line]
While you're on the beach, sing a song. [Letters of Marque]
Much later, you can return to match the blogger with the costume. [Exhausted Mind]
And Don'ts . . .
Marshmallows expand in the stomach, so if they're part of your Halloween celebration, think twice before indulging. [will work for favorable dicta]
Don't carve a pumpkin unless you know what you're doing with that knife. [Soupie's BBQ & Daycare]
Please, no insensitive jokes about Supreme Court justices. [Singing Loudly]
And don't spend too much time watching football, as you'll see nothing but a "terrible group of games." [The Electric Commentary]
Finally, if you insist on blogging about your Halloween adventures, wait until you're sober. [The Slithery D]