Law students:  These pages contain a mystery, maybe a riddle or a book full of clues where each clue is based on law cases and statutes.  Ask the meaning behind the poem, the painting, and the law.  Do your own research, form your own opinions, and be ready to use the clues to discuss the law and the meaning of the poem and the painting.

If you are not a law student, but rather, someone simply interested in justice and fairness in the world you live in, then I suggest the following:  Read this book to find the connections in your life.  Then start a conversation about what you can do to change the world.  Maybe find a good lawyer to help.

I hope lawyers and laymen will be able to occasionally upend a really bad system or really bad person holding the reigns of power.  Maybe after working through this book, something will catch, and someday long out of law school, perhaps when handling a very tiny case, maybe a reader will stiffen and feel the hairs on their neck begin the tingle.  That may be the start of something better.  At the risk of sounding like a kid, I hope somehow to make a difference.

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