A hashtag invented by Sean Jones QC of 11 Kings Bench Walk is doing the rounds, according to Legal Cheek. Lawyers try their hand at law-themed poetry, with hilarious results – from the comments there:
The general idea is to take the beginning of a famous poem and then add the bathos of legal vocabulary.
I was much further out than you thought.
And not waiving but accepting the repudiation.
My instructing solicitors
Have not provided me with
Your Honour. I cannot…
Here they are
But some rhyme:
The barrister bemoaned his witness as a silent interlocutor, the judge opined he could just rely on res ipsa locquitur #barristerpoetry
12:00 PM – 18 May 2016