In an effort to keep up with government, industry and other folks in the know, attorney and humorist Tom Alleman has decisioned to nounize his action verbs. Readers not on the cutting edge of linguistic style may not be familiar with "versing." Up-to-the-nanosecond legal usage: Brown v. Board of Education is so 20th century. "Brown is versing Board of Education" is now. Join Alleman's new language initiative and get ready to tell your less-hip friends, "I trialed that case."
It's Time to 'Renounciate' Old Speech Patterns
February 10, 2006