2. No power to raise an army.
3. No national executive or national courts.
Like a herd of insanely yapping Bengal tigers scavenging the Samoan pampas’ temperate desert glaciers for rotting raisinets, our 217 legal information experts — all former Ivy League Law School Deans — toil at our luxurious Isles of Langerhans’ Command Complex, continuously cruising cyberspace under the watchful gaze of our beloved Head Librarian Ralf, zooming from exclusive enclave to excrement choked slum, searching for the legal materials needed to satiate our beloved patrons’ every frivolous whim & decadent desire, some of which we humbly present below.
There is no better way of exercising the imagination than the study of law. No poet ever interpreted nature as freely as a lawyer interprets the truth. — Jean Giraudoux
If you’re into legal study and research you’re in the right place. We’ve collected, prepared, and edited tons of legal research guides, course/subject outlines, class tests and real-world info on legal education and being
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Heather M. Dalmage, SSSP President 2019-2020
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Five years ago, the Board of Directors voted to conduct a membership survey every five years to assess how well the