Burrowing into a nook in the library and hitting the books until the wee hours of the morning can produce some remarkable results; however, none more remarkable than the ‘Law School Husslin’ music videos. Produced by students enrolled in the Western Law and Richard Ivey School of Business programs at the University of Western Ontario, these corporate thugs have something called “senior partner swagger.”
The ‘Law School Husslin’ videos were made for a talent show which raises money for charity. But after the first one, ‘MBA Forever’ went viral, the aspiring lawyers decided to up the ante. The follow-up video (above) showcases the students' talents on the microphone, and not in a courtroom. The mastermind behind the projects is Michael Lickver, a recent graduate and current employee at the national law firm Bennett Jones (and also the Canadian rep for The Jabbawockeez). Lickver was recently nominated for an award honoring his multiple ventures in law, business and entertainment.
The ‘Law School Husslin’ videos and their stars represent that in this day and age, it's more beneficial to be well versed in various ventures, rather than being good at just one.
Hustle, young man, hustle.
The ‘Law School Husslin' Crew Boasts Senior Partner Swagger
Taylor Keefe — December 1, 2011 — Pop Culture
References: youtube & lawandstyle