~ lawya art: peintre michel sauvé ~

Love the rich and simple naivety inherent in these fun artworks and caricatures by Michel Sauve of Canada. Picked out a few legal/justice themed pieces reflecting the two themes: law and hockey.   The Catch Michel Sauve: A caricaturist or a naive painter, this is a question often answered. Michel Sauvé leaves no one indifferent. His art is sometimes… Read More ~ lawya art: peintre michel sauvé ~

Barristerial sheep, woolly judges in powdered wigs!

At first blush one might think it was a flock of sheep but, no, just the gathering of 2015 Silks or Queens Counsel (QC) in full bottomed wigs at the Silk Ceremony. The judicious full-bottomed powdered wig perfectly suited to a woolly sheep judge. Chuckled when my Australian friend, Cindy, who lives in Minnesota, USA, judiciously observed… Read More Barristerial sheep, woolly judges in powdered wigs!

~ lady lawya art: courtroom couture and ‘the Captain Cook look’ ~

Courtroom Couture of formality and tradition means the lady lawyer must don her wig and robe for ‘the Captain Cook look’ as in this portrait from Ada Evans Law Chambers.   The Law Report: When it comes to traditional wigs & robes, views in the legal community differ. Nic Angelov is a Sydney barrister. He makes the… Read More ~ lady lawya art: courtroom couture and ‘the Captain Cook look’ ~