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Advertising material sent by one law school to faculty at others, in the effort to improve its "peer ranking" score in the U.S. News & World Report annual law school rankings. The effort is generally considered ineffective and wasteful. Public reports credit Professor Pamela Karlan of Stanford Law School with coining the term (and disapproving of the practice).
Prof. 1: "Did you see that ridiculous law porn today from XYZ Law School?"

Prof. 2: "Nah. I don't hardly even read my school mail any more, since it's gotten so full of that crap."
by LawProf9000 March 10, 2014

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