I think we should add another close reason: "Non-mainstream legal theory". This is similar to a close reason that the Physics.SE site uses. Physics.SE prohibits "Non-mainstream physics, including pitches for personal theories".
I think we should prohibit questions that ask for an answer based on or rely upon non-mainstream legal theories. Does anyone think this is a good idea?
My idea of a mainstream legal theory is: "a theory that a reputable law review journal would publish." Alternatively, "a theory that has been successfully used in court and was not overturned on appeal."
Would anyone have any other ideas for a definition of non-mainstream legal theory?