February 24, 2016

"How Does It Feel?" To Quote Bob Dylan? Ask the Courts

The New York Times' Adam Liptak surveys the uses of Bob Dylan lyrics in judicial opinions here, and lists some here.

Below, a short bibliography of secondary sources on Bob Dylan and the Law:

Bob Dylan and the Law: An Inspriation for Personal Injury Attorneys

Don't Put a Price on My Soul: Bob Dylan, Justice, and the Law

The Jurisprudence of Bob Dylan

Knake, Renee Newman, Why the Law Needs Music: Revisiting NAACP v. Button Through the Songs of Bob Dylan, volume 38 of the Fordham Urban Law Journal (2011).

Lawyer Happy To Be Tangled Up In Dylan

Long, Alex B., The Freewheelin' Judiciary: A Bob Dylan Anthology.

Long, Alex B., [Insert Song Lyrics Here]: The Uses and Misuses of Popular Music Lyrics In Legal Writing, in volume 64, Washington and Lee Law Review (2007).

Michael L. Perlin, Tangled Up in Law: The Jurisprudence of Bob Dylan.

Symposium: Bob Dylan and the Law, Foreword, at 38 Fordham Urban Law Journal 1267 (2011).

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