That’s right–I said Law Revue not Law Review! Finals are fast approaching, so while you still have a little time, take a break from studying and check out some funny YouTube videos by various Law Revue organizations. Law Revues are organizations of students at law schools that do musical parodies, skits, digital videos, and sometimes even larger productions. Often, they satirize some aspect of law school or the law. To find some Law Revue videos, simply search for ‘YouTube law revue’ in Google. Don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of results to choose from. Have fun! Here are a couple I like from GW Law Revue. (Warning videos do contain explicit language!) You’ll be glad our library is not like this one, at least about bringing in food! 2008 GW Law Revue-Library 2008 GW Law Revue
Hope you enjoyed your spring break and are ready to get back into the swing of things!
Still working on your ALWRs, MSJs, or other legal research projects? Next week, we are offering Workshops in low cost legal research because sometimes Westlaw and LexisNexis do not provide all the answers.
Here is a fun look at legal research: Research tips; Why you should take breaks!; Westlaw vs.LexisNexis
These students commit to this video 100%.
Need to take a quick break from your books? Check out this website for humorous videos featuring all things legal.
The Video Venue
Here is a link to an amusing look at some of the questions criminal defense attorneys often face. Though funny, it also has an element of truth to it and includes some good answers and explanations.
In defense of defense lawyers
“Stop using words to make me wrong.”