Law Books for Your Library

Discussion on creating and maintaining Conflicts of Law
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Re: Law Books for Your Library

Post by notmartha » Sun Feb 05, 2017 2:21 pm

That would be really cool. 8-)

As the Greek philosopher Epictetus said,

"Only the educated are free."
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Re: Law Books for Your Library

Post by editor » Mon Feb 06, 2017 8:04 am

I need to update this forum software, and find out if there's a way to see a log or graph showing which topics are the most popular.

We got more than 4 million hits last year. Of those, nearly 300,000 were unique visitors. This means that although we don't have scads of people continuously contributing to this forum, we have a lot of readers regularly lurking.

I can't help but think a lot of them are using your Terms of Art for a dictionary already.
I do.
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