Even lawyers have to take a break and get into the Christmas spirit at some point over the holidays, right? At least long enough to scarf down some fruitcake, quaff a glass of the festive punch, and unwrap a gift or two…
Ah, yes. Gifts.
Suitable gifts for those in the law profession… hmm…
Well, if the lawyer, paralegal, or law student in your life isn’t exactly the Limoges trinket box type, here’s a little something
…dedicated to the proposition that lawyers’ zealous representation of clients and furtherance of the public good can be only enhanced by a healthy willingness of lawyers to poke fun at themselves appropriately on occasion.
Independent recording label LawTunes offers three CDs of “original, allegedly-humorous, lawyer-created, law-related holiday rock-and-roll songs” — The Lawyer’s Holiday Humor Album, Legal Holidaze,
and the newly released Merry Lexmas From The Lawtunes — composed, performed, and produced by a practicing litigation attorney.
Just imagine it — all the happy little lawyers, joining hands around a blazing Yuletide fire, harmonizing to such soon-to-be-classic holiday songs as:
- North Pole Bar Exam
- Surfin’ For An Expert Late On Christmas Eve
- Bill Those Hours
- Rainmaker Reindeer
- All I Want for Christmas Is A Stomach Lining
- Santa v. Acme Sleigh
- Let ‘Em Sue
- We’re All Just Elves
… and many many more.
Sample clips are available at LawTunes.com, and the albums can be purchased directly from the site as well as from leading on-line music retailers.
For once, don’t skip the fine print! A good chuckle waits if you scroll all the way to the bottom of the LawTunes.com page to read the “WHO ARE THE LAWTUNES?” section. Or drop over to the office of Lawrence Savell himself, a New York lawyer who seems to have more of the ol’ get-up-and-get-down boogie spirit in him than any legal eagle since that time Perry Mason hit the eggnog a tad too eagerly…
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