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December 03, 2008


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Thanks for the great suggestions. May we humbly add one more -- indie music label LawTunes' ( unique CDs of humorous, lawyer-created, law-related rock-and-roll songs: "Merry Lexmas From The Lawtunes," "The Lawyer's Holiday Humor Album," "Legal Holidaze," and "The Lawtunes: Live At Blackacre." Composed and produced by a practicing litigation attorney, the original and upbeat songs incorporate a broad spectrum of rock-and-roll styles and are chock full of the finest legalese. Plus, after playing the CDs several thousand times, lucky recipients can then use them as convenient coasters for mugs of black coffee during all-nighters working in the office. Songs include "It's Gonna Be A Billable Christmas," "Rainmaker Reindeer," "Hey, Santa, I Appeal," "North Pole Bar Exam," "I Got A Footnote In My Stocking," "We're All Just Elves," "Ridin' On A Red-Eye With Santa On Christmas Eve," and many more. They take on the law, lawyers, and legal practice in a hilarious, but positive, way, "including but not limited to" bar exams, ridiculous hours and the other sacrifices lawyers (and their families) make, client relations, the adversarial system, the art of negotiating, time records and legal bills, impossible deadlines, legal reasoning and argument, cross-examination, business travel, lawyer marketing, headhunters and lateral movement, continuing legal education, mountainous document review and production, legal citation style, and expert witnesses. LawTunes' albums are 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. They contribute to the effort to make people think a little differently about lawyers, and show that attorneys are not necessarily humorless, boring, or incapable of self-deprecation. Further information and sample clips are available at Thanks again.


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