So, if you don't know what to get your favorite lawyer/magician for the holidays (and you've already gotten him or her a disappearing Bill of Rights mug from the Unemployed Philosopher's Guild, and nothing else from that website appeals, and you gave him or her a copy of the Law and Magic book for his/her birthday), take a look at The Bill of Rights Security Edition. It's a copy of the first Ten Amendments to the Constitution, nicely printed on metal. You can buy 3 for $11 or 5 for $16. Great stocking stuffers. I saw them at the Penn & Teller shop the last time I took in the show.
During the performance P&T do a bit on the likelihood that the TSA will actually confiscate the metalized Bill of Rights if you try to take it through security; if you believe them, you will want to invest in more than one. Check out t-shirts and other paraphernalia here.
If your taste runs more to the artistic, might I recommend Alan Gerson's wonderful work? An attorney who now creates art full time, he makes wonderful "lawyer" watercolors out of terms of art as well as amazing paintings. His work is on the cover of the Law and Magic book and he created several "law and magic" watercolors that hang on my walls at home.
Finally, three seasons of Merlin the series are now out on DVD. The show, featuring a retelling of the King Arthur legend through the eyes of his pal, wizardly Merlin as a young man, is fairly entertaining. It stars Colin Morgan, Bradley James, and Anthony Head.