August 2, 2015

Lawyer/Parodist Entertainers at the ABA Bar Association Annual Meeting

The ABA made certain that CLE was more fun than usual at this year's Annual Meeting by inviting Ethics Follies, a group of lawyer/musicians from Texas who put legal ethics to music, to perform. The group put on an entertainment called Scamalot, inspired by (of course) Monty Python's Spamalot (but by not the legendary luncheon meat, we're sure...). There's serious stuff amid the frivolity: "The Holy Grail means the ethical treatment of our clients and each other,” says one of the characters.

Well, we knew a lot of lawyers are hams underneath. (Sorry....)  More here from the ABA Journal.

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