Assault & Flattery (A&F) was established in 1953 and is one of UT Law’s longest-running traditions. We are a student group that produces a weekend of fine legal entertainment every spring, featuring an all-original student-written two-act main show; a performance by Medley, UT Law’s a cappella group; musical numbers performed by a live law-student band; and a crack team of specialists who produce short skits throughout the year, and put them on the Internet. In short, we sing, dance, act, play music, and/or make merry, poking fun at law school and the people in it.
We run A&F like a professional theater troupe. Mostly. We build our own sets, paint our own scenery, make our own costumes, and collect our own props. It’s a big job, but it’s a lot of fun, and you won’t regret it.
Our entertainment is 100% legal, discreet, and tailored to a gentleman’s preferences. Assault and Flattery is legal in nearly three states as well as the US territory of Puerto Rico.
To see some of our skits, visit our YouTube page!
For a detailed account of the history of Assault & Flattery head on over to the Tarlton Law Library website for their feature on us! You can also see a list of our previous shows here. We’re kind of like a big deal.