They're not just for eating: use those marshmallow peeps to express your legal connection to the Upside Down. Enter the ABA's Peeps in Law contest. From the ABA Journal's website;
Those delightful marshmallow treats from Just Born aren't just for eating anymore. They now come in so many shapes and sizes that there are full sites devoted to honoring the beloved candy.
Our whimsical annual contests include diorama galleries created by our readers, highlighting legal stories, places and ideas with sugary sweet Peeps as the main characters.
Our rules are as follows: Create a law-related diorama with Peeps, take a photo of the diorama and send the photo (JPG, GIF or PNG) to peeps[at]abajournal[dot]com by 11:59 p.m. Central Time on Sunday, March 25, 2018. Include a title of the diorama, how you would like to be identified, and a short (no more than 150 words) description. ABA Journal staff will select finalists, looking for creative expression of legal themes. Finalists will be posted online for readers to vote for their favorites. Winners will be announced on April 2, 2018. The ABA is not responsible for late, lost, or misdirected entries, or for computer errors or technical failures.
More here, including all the legalese. Hey, they're lawyers. And check out prior Peeps in Law contests, including 2017 Peeps in Law: Rogue Peep, 2016 Peeps in Law: Peep Wars, and 2015 Peeps in Law: Game of Peeps. The contest began in 2009.
I'm looking forward to future Peeps in Law contests. Maybe Peeps in Law: Host Peeps (Westworld) or Peeps in Law: The Good Peeps (The Good Fight).