The American group blog Concurring Opinions has posted A Guide to the Eight Most Suspect Types of Law Review Articles. My favourite is number 4:
4. The One-Off
“In my previous article, I made a significant contribution to the literature. In this piece, I will coast on the vapors of that article.”
In the comments section, someone has suggested a ninth category be added:
9. Straight from the Framers!
“In this article, I uncover the original meaning of a clause (phrase, word, or letter) that no one has ever heard of, that no court (or litigant) has ever referred to, and that will never again be relevant.”