I saw this page on Wikipedia. It's a list of laws named after people, such as "Goodwin's Law", "Fourier's Law", or "Faraday's law". The list was sorted alphabetically. That made me think of a good addition:
Aaaaaaaaaaa's Law - In any alphabetical listing, someone will pick a name starting with "Aaaaaaaaaaa" so they can be first in the list.
In certain academic fields, the custom is to list co-authors alphabetically, rather than by importance of contribution. This leads to bias in favor of people whose name is at the beginning of the alphabet. They surveyed academics in those fields, and found they were more likely to have names near the beginning of the alphabet, compared to the general population.
Look in the yellow pages. "AAA Plumbing" would be more likely to get business than "FSK Plumbing", because it comes first in the alphabetical listing.