[Update: If you don’t see the title of the video above (or the next one), click on it to play.]
This is an absolutely wonderful eggcorn, which as far as I can tell has never before been identified.
Neal Goldfarb is a lawyer. He talks here about drawing on ideas and methods from linguistics in doing law (i.e., lawyering and judging) and in thinking about law.
He also talks about law by itself and perhaps linguistics by itself. And sometimes not-law and not-linguistics.
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