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Friday, December 01, 2017

Greetings and Happy December!

Thanks to Howard for inviting me back! For those who don't know me, I teach Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, and Secured Transactions at Case Western Reserve School of Law. I look forward to guestblogging this month, which will be a happy distraction for giving (and grading) exams. December also means working hard to win the LDB Challenge--trying to make it to December 26 without ever hearing the Little Drummer Boy. New this year is an added challenge: Whamageddon (avoiding "Last Christmas," which I already lost on the way home from school today).

Anyone have favorite (or not-s0-favorite) holiday songs?  I'm especially fond of Elf's Lament. I don't think Santa's labor practices are entirely legal...

Posted by Cassandra Burke Robertson on December 1, 2017 at 08:19 PM in Music | Permalink


I think one of the most current and best “loops” is the new Downtown Disney music loop at the Disneyland Resort. A lot of favorites and current hits from the Disney animation movies but in big band swing and jazz style. Some will catch you off guard because the tone and rhythm are different than in the film. Its definitely something I’d like to get my hands on.Great list I just stumbled upon as you sent a link out.

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