Some of you who normally scoff at karaoke might only have ventured into this month’s column hoping for a review of karaoke copyright actions. C’mon, I write about lawyer professional development, so you need to look elsewhere for caselaw. Instead, this month’s topic is how karaoke can be good for lawyers.

Yes, you read that right, “good.” I always thought karaoke was lame and I never, ever, ever, ever, ever believed I would write a column about karaoke, let alone about karaoke and the law. I also did not imagine I would write a column for 10 years, searching monthly for topics I have not yet tied into the law.

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