Friday, 12 December 2014

Inns of Kawt

The legal system in Nilkawt is known to be the best in the world.  This is because whenever the entire system breaks down, no-one really notices.

Although the Nilkawtian legal system obviously has some similarities to common law, the uncommon law of Nilkawt has an elegant foundation of cognitive empathy underpinning its jurisprudence.  Its principles of equity flow graciously through the Inns of Kawt, where all full citizens of Nilkawt have received excellent training prior to becoming full citizens.

At the Inns of Kawt, the Nilkawtian Principle Law of Courtesy is taught first, after which the Nilkawtian Principal Law of Constitutional Consistency is explained.  The Inns of Kawt are not quite the same as the Inns of Court of a common law jurisdiction though they are similar in many respects.  The main difference is that anyone desiring to become a full citizen of Nilkawt is required to be called to the Tea Room rather than a Bar.

To learn more about the 

Nilkawtian Principle Law of Courtesy

1. Request some guidance from the digital Nilkawtian ambassador

2. Invite the Nilkawtian head of state to an event

3. Model your own behaviour on that of the Nilkawtian Minister for Courtesy and Moral Philosophy

4. Support global prosperity by emulating the success of the Nilkawtian Trade and Investment Commissioner

To learn more about the 

Nilkawtian Principal Law of Constitutional Consistency

1. Participate in the Parliament of Nilkawt

2. Participate in local government in Nilkawt

3. Participate in the traditions of Nilkawt

4. Understand why a Constitutional crisis may occasionally occur

To be called to the Tea Room, a trainee is required to acknowledge that the laws of tort have been taught particularly well.  The trainee then receives a summons to serve tea and torte to everyone sitting on the Very Full Bench.