Libel Show Makes New York City Scene of the Crime
Law students took on the Big Apple with their 95th production of the Libel Show, a spoof of Law School professors, classes and students that ran March 19-21. The Show raised enough money for the Public Interest Law Association to fund one student's public interest summer fellowship.
The production opened with a Law School take on The Sopranos —The Professors — and moved on to numbers mocking the United Nations, Joe Millionaire ("Joe [NGSL] Commissioner"), Jesus Christ Superstar, over-achieving students and third-year blues. Contact Alison Keith to order a videotape of the show.
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