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The CFA Legal Reform

Speaker's Resource

A Comprehensive Collection of Facts

and Insights Related to Legal Reform

 

Introduction

 

The primary purpose of this resource is to make it easier for you to find the facts and insights you need to fortify your legal reform speeches, articles and presentations.  The material presented in this Speaker's Resource has been collected from a wide variety of reputable sources.  In fact, we have not included material for which we were not able to identify a generally reliable original source.

 

When using this resource, you will want to adhere to the same courtesies and copyright rules you would apply if you found the materials in their original publications.  The materials cited are generally copyrighted by the original author and when you quote from their material, you should include the original attribution to acknowledge their role as authors or publishers.

 

Although we have spent literally scores of hours using internet search tools to collect as much reliable information as possible related to each topic, we cannot guarantee that something important has not been overlooked.  If you find materials that should be added to this collection, please send an email to us with the text and the citation reference.  We will add it promptly.

 

To the greatest degree possible, we have provided original citations so that you can document the comments you use.  If you become aware that any citations or facts presented in this resource are inaccurate or outdated by newer information, please send an email to Speakers@lawexec.com so that we can update this material. 

 

 

Notes:  

  • The chapters listed in blue are posted.  Please click on any blue chapter name to go to the chapter.

  • Throughout the Speaker's Resource, various source documents are cited frequently. These are listed in full on the Key Reference Citations page.  Where you see "KRC" preceding a summary citation, you can click on KRC to pop-up the full citation list.

 

 

Please Note:  The material presented in this Speaker's Resource has been collected from a wide variety of sources.  You are welcome to use this material for quotations and factual material in your speeches, presentations and articles.  To the best of our ability, we have provided original citations so that you can document the comments you use.  If you become aware that any of the citations or facts presented in this collection are inaccurate or outdated by newer information, please send an email to Speakers@lawexec.com to tell us so that we can update this material.  The materials cited are generally copyrighted by the original author and when you quote from their material, you should include the original attribution to acknowledge their role as authors.  Original material 2009 Center for America.