To clear out space, I’m liquidating all tortfeasor stock starting today. Shirts are just $10, down from $17. Shipping is still the very reasonable $3 for one shirt. Most shirts are American Apparel, which means you’re probably buying below cost at this price. Get them while they last.
Category Archives: tortfeasor
New tortfeasor Shirt
tortfeasor shirts continue to sell, but it’s time to start phasing out the original black ink on white shirt design. tortfeasor was a gamble when I started it as a poor law student. The basic white shirt was the cheapest to make. Now that tortfeasor is a success, it’s time to step up the quality. Replacing the basic white shirt is a stylin American Apparel gym shirt in light brown with a contrasting collar: the new classic tortfeasor shirt.
Attorneys Represent Shirt
With the exception of the new Law School Discussion shirt, tortfeasor really hasn’t had any new designs for quite a long time. I’m happy to announce that today tortfeasor is launching a brand new shirt: Attorneys Represent.
The shirts are discounted for a limited time.
If you enjoy novelty t-shirts, buy a tortfeasor shirt. Then check out Preshrunk, a week-old blog featuring the cleverest of clever shirts (featuring a Sinclair shirt today).
New tortfeasor Color
The “Competitive Justice” tortfeasor shirt is now available in a new color called slate. “Slate” is another way of saying dark grey with a hint of blue.
Announcing tortfeasor Stickers
These are available as of today. In addition, tortfeasor is pre-selling a new t-shirt for the women of Law School Discussion. That’s really a promotion for Law School Discussion, so there are no links on the tortfeasor site.
tortfeasor Competition Heats Up
The market for law school novelty t-shirts (whaaaat?) is getting more players. I started tortfeasor in the summer of 2003, and since then I’ve seen at least two sites focusing on the law school market. I can’t seem to find the first one, but I just discovered Law School Stuff last night. Even lawschool.com has its own t-shirt (“free” but with $8 shipping).
I’m not impressed with the competition. The designs usually aren’t that good. Law School Stuff is an exception, but their originality comes at a price. They want $22 for a shirt with shipping (compared to tortfeasor’s $15), and I suspect their shirts use heat transfers rather than silk screening (the latter is much better quality, but harder to produce – the reason tortfeasor doesn’t have 20 shirts to choose from). Their shirts can take 3-5 weeks to ship (maybe they are doing screen printing) compared to tortfeasor’s next day shipping. I admit that the selection is better, but it’s one thing to draw up a bunch of shirts – another to actually make them and sell them for a reasonable price. This is the reason I dislike cafepress.
Nevertheless, as I said the other day, I am glad that technology is enabling this kind of start up.
tortfeasor Site Update
The tortfeasor site got a bit of an update today. There were some browser problems that should now be fixed, and it needed a couple touch-ups in places. I’m still going for a very clean, very simple design, and I think I’ve managed to keep those aspects of the site.
New Women’s tortfeasor Shirt
The Miss Feasance (get it?) shirt from tortfeasor comes out today. I’ve been getting a lot of emails asking for a fitted women’s shirt and people seem to specifically like tank tops. Thus I bring you: the Miss Feasance shirt.
I’m happy to be using American Apparel brand shirts for these. American Apparel is a progressive company making really nice clothes sweatshop free.
As a promotion for the new shirt, I’m also bringing back the blogger’s discount on all tortfeasor shirts. Link to the shirts from your blog and get $2 off.
Tortfeasors are #3 Occupation
tortfeasor shirts are the number 3 occupational shirt in the Google directory, behind the fallen brother foundation and EMS shirts. I guess I should be happy that those occupations are valued more than the occupation of tortfeasors.