© 2004 Royal Kingdom of Gotzborg. All Rights Reserved. Originally published in The Gotzborg Eagle, reproduced under license to Sinclair Publications.
LONENBERG (GP) – Deputy Vice-Minister of State Sir Robert Davis’s Judicial outline for the creation of a legal foundation in Gotzborg made it into the Chamber yesterday. The Bill passed through the Home Office with minimal trouble and now sits in the Chamber for consideration by Deputies.
For his outstanding work, the Deputy Vice-Minister was Knighted in an evening ceremony at Lonenberg Palace which was followed by a grand ball attended by government and court officials. “We look forward to great things from Sir Robert. His committment and service to the Kingdom thus far has been instrumental in this development,” said His Majesty after the ceremony. “Coupled with his strong macronational legal education and experience, Gotzborg will be growing to become a major player in the micronational legal scene.”
With the success of the Judicial outline moving to the Chamber, Sir Robert has now found himself tasked with the organization and set up of the King Charles II School of Law which when open will take successful applicants through an intensive course where students who pass will recieve a micronational legal designation whereby they will be better prepared to practice law within their own micronational structure and approach legal matters with a better understanding of the basic workings of legal systems and their importance.