Tulsa Lawyer Brings Home “Three-Peep” in National Contest
Paula J. Quillin’s series of dioramas titled “Constitutional Crisis” earned grand prize honors in the ABA Journal Sixth Annual “Peeps in Law Contest.” Instead of engaging in microwave “Peep wars,” legal professionals across the country used the animal-shaped marshmallows to create law-inspired models. Ms. Quillin’s entry won with 1,224 votes (37.95 percent of total votes). It marks the third year in a row that Franden Woodard Farris Quillin + Goodnight has won the grand prize.
Ms. Quillin, a partner with the firm, said this year’s submission was a total joint effort between her and Barbara Rush, the firm’s writing and research specialist. Their diorama was inspired by the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. They even incorporated actual photos from Dealey Plaza, the location of the assassination.