The household court docket decide warns attorneys to put on pants in a hilarious parody video
Zoom’s legal practice may have ditched nude lawyers, at least some pool-side court trial, and some steamy sex scenes. And that’s before we had cat solicitors. There are many pitfalls in the legal profession from afar, but if there is a silver lining, it turns out that American judges have talent. And sense of humor.
Here at Above the Law, it turns into a parody video week. Edelson PC provided one yesterday (along with an original track) and another is coming tomorrow. If you are a legal revue preparing for this year’s competition, you should know that we are not going to turn you against these law firms and judges – we understand they are professionals.
Judge Andrew Ten Eyck, Associate Judge at the 301st (Family) District Court in Dallas County, Texas, brings us this Hamilton parody co-authored with Lindsay Barbee, a family law partner at the Estes Thorne & Carr law firm in Dallas. It’s not the first parody we’ve seen this song by Texas judges. We raved about the performance of Jennifer Walker Elrod of the Fifth County Court of Appeals and Judge Charles Eskridge of the South Texas District. How will he get up?
Actually pretty good! Sure, output values are lower, but that’s just evidence that state family courts don’t have access to the sweet, sweet money that feeds the federal judicial system. Write to your state legislature.
And no, don’t resist!
Now I have to contradict!
Priceless. Although I think the old passage that follows, “For God’s sake, get this concept,” is the frustration of the Zoom Law that has been completely exposed. Congratulations to Judges Ten Eyck and Barbee. These law revision people really need to improve their game.
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