Peter Morwood
Read a Lawyer’s Amazingly Detailed Analysis of Bilbo’s Contract in “The Hobbit.”
Examples of “Legal Precedent” from my long-ago year of Criminal Law at University were never this interesting.

Read a Lawyer’s Amazingly Detailed Analysis of Bilbo’s Contract in “The Hobbit.”

Examples of “Legal Precedent” from my long-ago year of Criminal Law at University were never this interesting.

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