Tuesday, April 27, 2010

No Libel Show Nominee in Above the Law Contest

Last year, the Libel Show's "ConLuv" won Above the Law's contest for best student-produced Law Revue type video.  This year, we expected the Junta to submit "Club UVA" for contention.  But according to the ATL folks, no submission was made.  You can see the finalists here.

EDIT: One of the Troika contacted us to say that "The Troika decided before the videos were filmed that they wouldn't be submitted to Above The Law."

Related:
Law Revue Video Contest Finalists [Above the Law]

Previously:
2010 Libel Show Review 

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Res ipsa loquitur.

Anonymous said...

So the Junta chose not to submit a stunningly unfunny skit in order to avoid ATL readers calling the girls ugly hags and this law school a toilet. Nothing wrong with that.

Anonymous said...

The show was great, and the months of hard work put in by those people is very much appreciated. I've gone every year, and I continue to be amazed by the talent of my classmates.

Anonymous said...

"Club UVA" wasn't that great. I think everyone would have voted for us if we put up the video that said Georgetown was the most miserable place on earth.

Anonymous said...

I think everyone would have voted for us if we put up the video that said Georgetown was the most miserable place on earth.

So true. That video was amazing.

Anonymous said...

10:15, I think 10:09 was just implying that AtL readers would have been on board with the whole "Georgetown Sucks" theme much more so than the video itself.

Anonymous said...

With the exception of beating up on Georgetown, all the videos this year were quite UVA-centric. Funny, but nobody who didn't go to this school would care.

Anonymous said...

11:50 That's what made the video so good.

Anonymous said...

this blog sucks

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

False. That video was funny and well done.

Anonymous said...

False. You clearly were in the Libel Show and probably part of that video.

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