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Widener Commonwealth Law School

Monday, July 14, 2014

"The Great Inevitably Exploding Ford Pinto"

James Rustad, son of TortsProf Mike Rustad, is a singer/songwriter who focuses on social commentary.  Given his father's interest in torts, it's no surprise that some of his songs have a torts theme.  Take a listen to his "The Great Inevitably Exploding Ford Pinto."  James has his own YouTube channel here.

--CJR

July 14, 2014 in Music, Products Liability | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Monday, November 18, 2013

"Tort Reform the Song"

From John Day comes "Tort Reform the Song".  As Day explains,

"Tort Reform - The Song" was authored as part of the American College of Trial Lawyers Sixth Circuit Conference held in April 2013 in Nashville. The Conference brought together Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee Fellows and their spouses.

It was appropriate to draw upon Nashville's incredible music history and talent as part of this program, and thus three professional songwriters, led by Ryder Lee, a law student at the Belmont University School of Law and founder and former member of The Lost Trailers helped us write a song. Ryder came into the program with the music and a strong start on the lyrics. The attendees, now co-authors of this work, contributed during the program. Ryder and I finished the work in a writer's room at Universal in Nashville and - no kidding - while sitting on the tailgate of Ryder's truck in the parking lot below Taylor Swift's condominium.

- SBS

November 18, 2013 in Current Affairs, Legislation, Reforms, & Political News, Music | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0)