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Holiday Gifts for Irreverent Lawyers

79013347v7_150x150_Front_Color-PinkSalmon.JPGIt’s that time of year again when I take a break from my career as freelance journalist and become Catherine Price, entrepreneur. By which I mean, I start promoting my legally themed clothing shop, Illegal Briefs, as the perfect one-stop holiday shop for all your dorky gifting needs. It began on a car ride with my husband, when he was telling me something about legal briefs and a boutique law firm and I, distracted, thought he was talking about underwear.  It’s now three years later, and what started as a misinterpreted conversation has evolved into a smorgasbord of gift options for irreverent lawyers and their friends.

requestthongsmall“Harmless Error” baby clothes. “Request for Admission” thongs. “Justice is Served” cookware. “Tool of Discovery” boxers. I could go on — but to quote from one of my favorite product lines, “Res Ipsa Loquitur.”

Illegal Briefs: Be A Lawyer. Don’t Dress Like One.

1 Comment

  1. Dean W Short Says:

    Catherine Price you have produced an outstanding article Thinking About Diabetes with every Bite which articulately encapsulates your personal experience with T1diabetes! I was diagnosed w/T2 back in March 2001 which my primary care physician treated initially w/oral meds which gave way to going on insulin a couple of years later. Eventually my primary care physician referred me to an Endocrinologist who encouraged me to go on the insulin pump as the state of the art mechanism for even better control. He thinks I’m like a type 1.5 because I exhibit elements of both types. I share your description of how this chronic disease requires a vigilance and almost constant pre-occupation with its proper management that people without the disease are blissfully unaware. Thank you for your encouraging and practical words and here’s to cure someday soon…

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