12 Twisted Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas my client gave to me
a brief to file for the appellee.

On the second day of Christmas my client gave to me
two summary judgments
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the third day of Christmas my client gave to me
three legal memos,
two summary judgments
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the fourth day of Christmas my client gave to me
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the fifth day of Christmas my client gave to me
five jury trials,
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary jugments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the sixth day of Christmas my client gave to me
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials.
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the seventh day of Christmas my client gave to me
seven discovery motions,
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the eighth day of Christmas my client gave to me
eight final judgments,
seven discovery motions,
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials,
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
three summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the ninth day of Christmas my client gave to me
nine oral arguments,
eight final judgments,
seven discovery motions,
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials,
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the tenth day of Christmas my client gave to me
ten trial subpoenas,
nine oral arguments,
eight final judgments,
seven discovery motions,
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials,
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the eleventh day of Christmas my client gave to me
eleven show-cause orders,
ten trial subpoenas,
nine oral arguments,
eight final judgments,
seven discovery motions,
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials,
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

On the twelfth day of Christmas my client gave to me
Twelve jury charges,
eleven show-cause orders,
ten trial subpoenas,
nine oral arguments,
eight final judgments,
seven discovery motions,
six dismissal orders,
five jury trials,
four PSAs,
three legal memos,
two summary judgments,
and a brief to file for the appellee.

Merry Christmas, all you legal beagles out there!

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