The Texas Law Hawk is back — and more bizarre than ever

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Mini motorbikes, a little police officer and of course those famous talons of justice


US lawyer Bryan Wilson, aka the Law Hawk, has released a third instalment to his YouTube-led self-promotion campaign — and it’s possibly his craziest to date.

For those unfamiliar with the young lawyer, he shot to fame late last year for his unique take on how to market his legal services.

From yelling “talons of justice” at the camera to catching fish with his bare hands, Wilson’s two adverts so far have left those at Legal Cheek HQ baffled and amazed in equal measure.

The Texas-based criminal defence lawyer — who prides himself on providing “aggressive legal representation” — released his latest YouTube offering earlier this week. However, uninitiated viewers be warned: it’s extremely strange.

The advert opens with Wilson straddling a mini-motorbike with a US flag mounted to the back. The young lawyer addresses the camera saying, “due process, do wheelies”, before attempting the one-wheeled stunt.

Law Hawk

Having paused briefly to offer some useful facts concerning the drink-driving laws in the state of Texas, the advert then quickly descends into madness once again.

The Law Hawk can be seen bursting through a window on his mini-moto to defend a client who calls him on his special “hawk-phone”.

Law Hawk

Wilson then smashes a breathalyser machine, revealing a dwarf police officer inside, who appears to be manipulating the readings.

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Legal Cheek isn’t sure how Wilson will top this latest advert, but don’t bet against the hawk-obsessed attorney having a go.

Watch the advert in full:



Lord Harley watch out! Your limelight is being stolen from you as we speak.


Semper Fidelis

This lad shits on Lord Harley, then wipes his arse dry with his wig old boy. He ain’t got nuthin on the Texas Law Hawk.


The Texas Law Hawk Appreciation Society

This is pure comedy genius.

I sincerely wish this man all the very best in attracting a diverse clientele yearning to leverage the power of the talons of justice against the warrantless oppression of the state.



I love it! I wish we had adverts like that her….. just think how exciting Downton Abbey could be with commercial breaks like that!



Saul Goodman is real!


Ms Charlotte Proudperson

I will soon be doing a series of TV advertisements in which I whoop the oorses of lots of sexist men with my sooperior advocacy.

I will not be using anyone who is vertically challenged, however, as this would be ooffensive.



My Commonwealth brethren, let us mock the shambolic and utterly shameless state of Americas legal system.

I mean seriously would this sort of advert work here in the UK? Australia? Canada? I think not, things are more measured and mature. Its a funny ad, but its also an cringeworthy reflection of the US


Fuckoffee Inc.

You’re an idiot.



Says the pleb that thought Fuckoffe was funny. Ergh you must be a yank, disgusting.


Disgusting of Tonbridge Swells

Wouldn’t work here.

Section 172 and all that.


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