Civil litigation-themed Lego is a thing

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Hopefully there’s no trademark infringement on the all new ‘Lawgo’


A Canadian law firm has taken the fun and exciting world of Lego and made it more tedious — by producing a civil litigation version of the hit toy.

In what appears to be a marketing stunt — or is it a new line of business? — Jensen Shawa Solomon Duguid Hawkes LPP, or JSS Barristers for short, has created a Lego-themed “Litigation Action Pack” called ‘Lawgo’ (pictured above).

The boutique civil litigation firm, based in the Canadian city of Calgary, has even produced a toy barrister with accompanying robes and a court bench. The figures are recommended for those between 18 and 99 years of age.

Given its use of Lego-style branding, Legal Cheek hopes the firm has received the appropriate permission, or it could be red faces — as opposed to yellow ones — all round.

Earlier this year, Legal Cheek reported how designer Maia Weinstock had captured iconic female US Supreme Court judges in Lego form.


With mini-yellow versions of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and the court’s first female judge, Sandra Day O’Connor, the legal adaptation went down a storm with readers.

Closer to home, rumours that City law firms are working on a “knackered trainee” lego toy to capitalise on the Christmas rush remain unconfirmed.

H/t @class_counsel



Jeremy Corbyn. Apologist.


Disgusting of Tonbridge Swells

And the relevance of that comment to the article was…?



To raise awareness



I’m unaware what you are on about



He was pulling your Lego



Is that “Lord Harley of Counsel” on the side of the box?



Not enough badges and medals for his Lordship.



Perhaps he is depicted in his youth at Hogwarts



The Legal Aid Version is just an empty box…



Litigiation with Lego for making a lego litigation set. Neat.



Please tell me where I can but this.


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