Law humbug? Not here. Even the crustiest litigator can go all gooey when the holidays roll around.

The National Law Journal asked prominent legal types to share their offbeat holiday traditions. Some of them described current practices; others went back to their childhoods. At first, most assumed that they celebrated just like everybody else. Upon further reflection, they realized that they indeed have some oddball holiday habits.

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