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Judicial Humor

Sources on the lighter side of the law, including court opinions.

Articles

R. Perry Sentell, Jr., Torts in Verse: The Foundational Cases, 39 Georgia L. Rev. 1197 (2005). HeinOnline
Presents the author's verse, rhymes, and poems capturing the essence of foundation cases studied in torts classes. "Law student retention is considerably aided by humanizing the material."

Janet Skreen, The Lighter Side of the Law, Wash. St. B. News, May 2005, at 64.
Fun in the family law setting.

Legal Humor from the Washington State Bar News and other sources.