The \'Lectric Law Library\'s Legal Lexicon
Thread poster: xxxivw
xxxivw
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Apr 27, 2002

A very impressive (US) English/English law dictionary I\'ve come across lately, with thousands of definitions & explanations of legal terms, phrases & concepts:



http://www.lectlaw.com/def.htm



Cheers,

Ildiko V-W

CA

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AZRA AKARTUNA  Identity Verified
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Thanks a lot!!! Apr 27, 2002

It is really good! Thanks for sharing)

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Parrot  Identity Verified
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Great! Apr 27, 2002

I\'ve added it to favorites. Thanks!

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Silvina Beatriz Codina  Identity Verified
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Thanx for sharing Apr 27, 2002

Looks like a great resource. And with a sense of humor, too. Otherwise, how can you explain the



LAWYER - A universally beloved & respected professional who\'s always honest, fair, trustworthy, brave, blah, blah, blah...



thing?



Clarification: I checked other definitions and they are not all like this one


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