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Judge in Full Bottomed Wig. The Missing Judge?

Found this vintage photograph in an antique store in Tanunda here in the Barossa.

A judge in full bottomed wig.

His legal attire looks like it is for a more formal/ceremonial occasion. 67 more words


Barristerial Art

‘Not Me Sir’

Visual, spontaneous and thought provoking are Leene Aavik’s abstract and impressionist views of wisened and learned friends.  Depicting  lawyers and barristers at work is one of the Australian artist’s specialties.   26 more words


My Powdered Wig Fell Off - Barristerial Chattels

Indeed it was one of those days. Either a (ward)robe malfunction or the robe misbehaved.

“All rise” and keep your pants wig on!

I’m reminded of the moment. 522 more words


The Ordinary Woman Trapped in a Lawyer's Body

As a lawyer you see “the oily wheels of every fortune, the hideous wrangling of heirs over corpses not yet cold, the human heart grappling with the Penal Code.” … 1,344 more words

Quick & Easy Jabots: Variations on a Theme

A jabot is a ruffle or frill that is worn at the neckline and is typically made of lace.  They can either be ruffles on either side of the shirt opening, or a separate piece.   840 more words