Open letters

Kid Rock

Last September, we told our readers about a sexual harassment lawsuit that was filed by former in-house attorney and publicist Andrea Pellegrini against the Insane Clown Posse and Psychopathic Records, the controversial music group she used to work for and its associated record label. In her complaint, Pellegrini alleged that she was forced to endure “pervasive harassment” during the course of her employment, including, but not limited to, being given a “large dildo” while at work, which she politely refused to accept. Lovely.

This summer, a deposition revealed that after Pellegrini rejected the sex toy, it was allegedly given to Kid Rock by former Psychopathic employee Dan Diamond (d/b/a “Dirty Dan”). Pellegrini’s attorneys then sent a subpoena to the musician, giving him 14 days “to respond and produce the dildo.”

Two weeks have passed, and Kid Rock himself responded to the lawyers’ inquiries, requesting that all parties involved in this ridiculous dildo scavenger hunt find one and shove it up their respective asses…

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Last week, the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles became an honorary barrister (British for trial lawyer). Upon receiving the award in a ceremony at Gray’s Inn — one of the quasi-law schools (known collectively as the Inns of Court) which help train up barristers — the Mon Fertile Finishing School alumnus said: “I think it’s very important to keep everything sort of ticking.”

The Duchess follows in the footsteps of her husband, Prince Charles, and her step son, William Saviour of the Falkland Islands, in attaining elite legal status. Charles was called to the Bar, also at Gray’s Inn, in 1975, while William was made an honorary barrister by another Inn of Court, Middle Temple, in 2009. Guided by Prince Harry’s on-off girlfriend Chelsy Davy — a real lawyer at Allen & Overy –- the group are expected to team up to form Windsors LLP.

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A third-year student at Boston College Law School made a very reasonable request of the law school’s interim dean, George D. Brown: Give me my money back.

I say it’s a reasonable request, because it is customary in this country to get a refund when you buy something that is defective in some fundamental way. And the people who won’t give you a refund are usually scam artists or a**holes.

Dean George Brown doesn’t want to pull a Mel Gibson, does he?

Well, the Boston College 3L isn’t sure that Dean Brown will do the right thing. So the student wrote an impassioned open letter to the dean, which was published by EagleiOnline

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