If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the chancellor, magistrate, or judge in your life, look no further. The evidence is overwhelming – here are 22 gifts that are better than any court ordered settlement. These thoughtful gifts will make the case for you being the best gift giver in your entire jurisdiction – they will make you want to give a sworn testimony to their awesomeness. Let me rephrase; I solemnly swear that these gift ideas will be the best, the very best, and nothing but the best, so help me Internet (okay, I’m sorry I’ll stop). Also, if you think your judge friend like gadgets and gizmos, head on over here to our list of gadgets for men.
Approach that judge’s mouth with these Approach the Bench chocolate bars. There’s something about these that makes me wish they had nuts…Great for a gift-basket to welcome a newbie or celebrate a retiree.
Technically this is a fruit bowl, but it’s also an elegant piece of office decor and a potential candy dish, which is an office necessity. Either way, it’s a lovely gift for your libra/judge/lawyer friend.
Yes, this is the very same statue that furthered so many plotlines in How To Get Away With Murder, a show about sexy, murdering, lawyers that I assume every law professional is obsessed with.
The discerning judges in your life should obviously be hanging their judicial robes from handcrafted personalized hangers. Each of these handmade wooden hangers can be customized to say just about anything; Judge Pudge, Judge Geek, Judge Ninja etc.
Remember the year they passed the state bar or celebrate their first Christmas as a judge or lawyer. From now on all the ornaments will be law-themed and the tree topper is going to be lady justice, so they might as well start with this one.
If you know a judge, I implore you to make sure that they have at least one gavel and sound block in every room of their home. Once a person is appointed judge, they have gavel privileges 24/7 – don’t fight it.
Does judging stop once court is adjourned? No. And when you’re a judge, you never know when you’re going to need to call order These subtle silver cufflinks are adorned with petite gavels that command respect, both judicially and sartorially.
What better way to compliment silver gavel cufflinks than with a silver gavel tie clip? If it’s too clever, you can do either/or, but we say the more sparkle, the better.
Rule #3 I get a gavel in every room of the house. Rule #4 I can use that gavel whenever I GD feel like. Rule #5 Don’t touch my mug.
If you’re looking for a gift for a judge who is also a baseball fan, and those are really the only two things you know about the person, this gift is a slam dunk, I mean grand slam, I mean home run.
Why not have a tie that literally says “Guilty , Not Guilty” for the judge in your life? It’s probably a phrase they’re pretty comfortable with. Also great for the person who’d rather have their tie speak for them when people ask what they do for a living.
Sending someone to law school for the price of a medium pizza with two toppings is exactly as generous as sending someone to actual law school or buying them a pizza. I won’t be persuaded otherwise.
Keep these little charms tucked under your shirt cuff for luck, or let them jangle around your wrist in a loud proclamation of your love of the law.
A little judicial bling never hurt anybody. This is the gift for the judge who likes to sparkle on and off the bench; who talks with their hands, and wears french cuffs. That describes a judge somewhere, I’m sure.
Does it go without saying that easy days call for full glasses of wine too? Regardless, whoever uses this glass can bend the rules however they like: full and easy, cranky and empty, overflowing and rough.
Making Christmas all about the US law system is the unique privilege of courtrooms and law offices nationwide. Lady Justice is a fierce tree topper, though; she’d look just as great on a secular tree!
The morning after a night spent with the Law Pros Wine or Custom Whiskey Glass is probably going to require the automatic decision maker paperweight. Hopefully, those mornings won’t be spent in a courtroom, but hey, I don’t want to tell anyone how to live.
There are a few different ways people see lawyers; Saul Goodman, Atticus Finch (pre-Go Set A Watchman), and this New Yorker cartoon. If you’re shopping for the latter of those three archetypes, I would go ahead and send them this book.
Practicing law all day can make a person thirsty (for bourbon). A personalized tumbler will ensure there is always a glass ready when court is out of session.
Did you think I was joking when I said a gavel in every room? I assure you, I was not.
A man calls a lawyer and asks, “How much would you charge to answer three quick questions?” The lawyer replies, “A thousand dollars.” “A thousand dollars?” exclaims the man. “You don’t think that’s too expensive?” “Of course, it is,” says the lawyer. “Now, what’s your third question?” ZING!
For all the board game loving legal people out there, this will definitely fill your void! Learn law the fun way as you make your way through law school, past the bar exam and into your own practice and the courtroom. Truly a fun game for all!