Boozy’s Legal Funhouse – Episode 6: Doing the Deeds

And now it’s time to start the weekly uploads of Boozy’s Legal Funhouse, a discussion of legal principles, news, events, and cases!

This week I talk about the most basic part of real property law: Deeds.  And in doing so explains why the plot of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” is absolute bullshit and Toontown would have, in reality, would have ended up razed to the ground, talks about why Bob is a bastard, discusses the differences in property ownership, reveals lawyers will never avoid an Adverse Possession joke, and curses a LOT.

Also discussed is Lin Wood doxxing the bar, the tragedy of people being forced to sell their homes, lawyers punching each other, and a drunken legal opinion.

Recorded 2/22/2021

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Links from this Episode:

“How Jim Crow Era Laws Still Tear Families From Their Homes” via ABAJournal

“Pro Trump Lawyer L. Lin Wood Posts Names and Addresses of Disciplinary Board Members After He Learns of Bar Probe” via ABAJournal

Former ALJ Censure for Punching a Lawyer via ABAJourn

Stella Atois Case Article via ABA Journal

Boozy’s Legal Funhouse – Episode 4: Legal Ethics and Other Fictions

We’re almost done with the backlog episodes! In this Fourth Episode of Boozy’s Legal Funhouse, I was joined by a prosecutor (Scuff N. Dings) and in house counsel (Buddy Goodboy, Esq.) for a discussion of legal ethics in our own particular fields of practice, as well as answering questions from the audience about legal ethics in general!

Plus we spent a good amount of time talking about how lawyers have trouble keeping it in their pants, apparently, in discussing the news.

Recorded 2/8/2021

WARNING: This is the penultimate backlog episode, and therefore still has Twitch notifications on (Did you know the Legal Funhouse is recorded live online every Monday at 7 PM Eastern on my Twitch channel? It is!). One notification in particular is…interesting. I know it’s interesting. Just…just bear with me, okay? I’ll be turning the audio notifications off in the future but for the sake of hilarity it stays in the picture for now.

Remember, the beatings will continue until someone pays me to shill socks as a subscription service.

New episodes will be uploaded on Wednesday mornings at 9:00 a.m. starting this week!

-BB

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Boozy’s Legal Funhouse- Episode 3, Bankruptcy or Something Like It

In the absence of a guest, this week in the backlog was a bombersight discussion of bankruptcy law as it currently exists in the United States with a dash of legal news, questions, and some disturbing notification sounds from the live stream!

This episode was recorded on 2/1/2021.

Boozy’s Legal Funhouse streams on Twitch every Monday at 7 PM Eastern, with the episodes available generally on Wednesday mornings – unless, like right now, I’m releasing backlog to get my happy ass all caught up!

You can find the Legal Funhouse on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other podcast providers.

Look, I just want Great Courses Plus to notice me.

-BB

If you like Lawyers & Liquor and want to support me, you can toss financial support at the site and its creator on Patreon, through Ko-Fi, or even directly through Paypal! Any help is appreciated, and it keeps me from having to…you know…sell ad space on the site and shit. Want some merch? Check out the 44 minute digital download of “Disappointing Comedy” recorded live at a convention in D.C. right before all this shit happened for $10! Boozy streams games and family stuff most weeknights at 7 PM Eastern time over on Twitch.

Boozy’s Legal Funhouse – Episode 2

As we catch up on backlog, here’s the second episode of Boozy’s Legal Funhouse, a weekly stream/podcast where we discuss legal news and issues, interview attorneys, and generally jackass around with a law degree!

This episode was recorded 1/24/2021

Our guest this week was an old friend and former public defender who joined me for a discussion of criminal law and criminal defense, answering questions from Patreon supporters. Also, he did the entire interview wearing a giant, unblinking dog head which was kind of unsettling.

Lawyers are weird, folks.

ADDITIONAL NEWS:

We are now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts! So there you go!

If you like Lawyers & Liquor and want to support me, you can toss financial support at the site and its creator on Patreon, through Ko-Fi, or even directly through Paypal! Any help is appreciated, and it keeps me from having to…you know…sell ad space on the site and shit. Want some merch? Check out the 44 minute digital download of “Disappointing Comedy” recorded live at a convention in D.C. right before all this shit happened for $10! Boozy streams games and family stuff most weeknights at 7 PM Eastern time over on Twitch.

Legal News Roundup: May 8, 2019

This is filler. This is unabashedly filler, because I’m having an amazingly busy week and have to get the themed Friday post together still, and Boozy just doesn’t have time to sit down and write something new and glorious every Wednesday. However, I made a promise to myself, and to you fine folks, that I would keep the site updated at least twice a week as we head back to the three times a week posting schedule. So, in the furtherance of that, let’s bring back an oldie but goody and do a legal news roundup here on Lawyers & Liquor, with some light commentary by the bastardly Boozy Barrister on all of the weirdest or, in my opinion, most worthy news that has slammed into the legal world!

I swear, if I could make this a real job I’d never open a Federal Reporter again.

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