Larry Wood, the Director of LAF’s Housing Practice Group, has won the New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest for a record sixth time. With the competitive reputation of this contest, we are very impressed that Larry has once again come out on top. In a recent interview with Chicago Magazine, he let us all in on his secrets to success.
He explains that there are four key points when it comes to creating the captions; embrace the weirdness, keep it brief, avoid exclamation points, and don’t bury the punch line.
Way to go, Larry! We love seeing you shine in and out of the courtroom!