© 2004 Royal Kingdom of Gotzborg. All Rights Reserved. Originally published in The Gotzborg Eagle, reproduced under license to Sinclair Publications.
Lonenberg (GP) – With all the prepatory work done, it was announced that the King Charles II School of Law in Gotzborg will be starting classes for prospective students on September 20th, 2004. Sir Robert Davis, Professor of Law and primary driver behind the Law School, announced today that any and all prospective students are now encouraged to put in their applications by September 18th with the last possible applications being accepted on September 20th.
So far the King Charles School of Law looks to be off to a good start with HSIH Mi’kel Tzion of Attera and President Thomas Kelly of Talamthom being part of the first group of students who will be attending classes, which will run for approximately 45 days from start to finish before the next intake of students is put through.
The Eagle commends Sir Robert Davis on his fine work so far and looks forwards to talking to the first group of students for their views and opinions of the course upon its completion.
In a related statement from Lonenberg Palace, His Royal Majesty the King expressed strong support for the efforts of Professor Sir Robert Davis’ school. “It is our vision that sees the King Charles School of Law becoming the preeminent legal education system in the micronational sphere,” His Majesty said when asked what kind of direction the School is going to take.