MBJ announces short story winners

Kudos to Eli D. Greenbaum, the first-place winner of the Michigan Bar Journal‘s third annual short story contest.

Greenbaum’s winning entry, Leo’s Dilemna, is a clever tale about how an elderly Holocaust survivor resolves a self-created estate-planning problem.

Other winners include:

The MBJ received 43 entries and selected 19 winners and finalists.

They’re good reads — all of them.

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