Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

The evening's masters of ceremony: 3Ls Adam Hester and Robert Hines and 2Ls Eric Cox and Abe Matsui.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

1L Thomas Canny, who was crowned Mr. Wolverine 2016 along with 3L Seth Buchsbaum.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

2L Luke Schamel looks dapper in his formal wear.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

If law doesn't work out for 3L Seth Buchsbaum—Mr. Wolverine 2016—there's always a career impersonating the Teletubbies character Laa-Laa.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

1L Thomas Canny offers his best impersonation of Prof. Gabe Mendlow.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

2L Danny Cho channels Professor Sherman Clark.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

3L Mark McLoughlin bears an uncanny resemblance to Professor Julian Davis Mortenson.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

Mr. Wolverine 2016, 3L Seth Buchsbaum, enjoys his moment in the spotlight.

Mr. Wolverine, March 11, 2016

Sarah Zearfoss, '92, senior assistant dean for admissions, financial aid, and career planning oversees the crowning of 1L Thomas Canny and 3L Seth Buchsbaum as Mr. Wolverine 2016.

MR. WOLVERINE  Not every top law school can boast an annual all-male pageant (or, as others like to call it, an "ironic beauty contest"). And not just any law student can be crowned Mr. Wolverine, but this year, that distinction went to two students: 1L Thomas Canny and 3L Seth Buchsbaum. In addition to performing several group dance numbers, each contestant delivered an impersonation of a professor and demonstrated a talent in the "firm wear" portion of the event. Mr. Wolverine is sponsored by the Latino Law Students Association (LLSA). Proceeds benefit the Project Comunidad Fellowship Program, which provides financial support to LLSA members working in unpaid summer public interest positions.

Photos by Tina Yu.

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