February 1, 2013

Lawyers Acting Badly Get Tips From Lawyers In(n) Court

NPR's Tanya Ballard Brown brings us the story of legal civility set to music here. In December of 2012, some members of the New York Inns of Court decided that a spoonful of sugar music would assist in explaining courtesy to attorneys who just don't get the message. Thus was born A Civility Seder, new lyrics and additional patter for some hits we already know, such as "If I Were a Rich Man" (Fiddler On the Roof) and "Age of Aquarius" (Hair). More here from the Wall Street Journal.

Well, we always knew a lot of lawyers are exhibitionists (in a good way).

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