As it's that time of year again - all good profs sending out their articles for the fall submission cycle - I thought I'd take a poll of the best and worst law review article titles of all time. We've blogged in the past about writing 'catchy' titles and the importance of using or not using a semi-colon. My understanding is that semi-colons are still out of vogue.
Titles can be important because they need to capture the editor's (not to mention the reader's) interest and describe the article as well, particularly these days when there are so many journal article submissions for editors to wade through.
So what are your best and worst titles? And has anyone ever had a title changed by an editorial team?