What is the Law Society?

The Law Society is a union for solicitors, and might also be described as a trade organisation for solicitors. They also have rights over the training, and qualification of undergraduate, and graduate lawyers. The main philosophy behind the conception of the Law Society was to offer, paid or unpaid, services and provide social justice for their clients.

Around mid 1500s there were two categories of legal profession, the first one was barristers and the second one was attorneys and solicitors. Solicitors usually dealt with landed estates, and attorneys helped their clients during lawsuits. With time, the two sorts combined, and a common name solicitors was embraced. Although there were many excellent solicitors, there were also some pettifoggers and vipers, who were insulting their very own profession by wrong practices.

In 1923 well known attorneys called a meeting, and they agreed that they should have form the London Law Institution where the service was properly offered, and standards were set. The term London was used to show that the society will enhance the whole nation’s services, and show their aspirations.

The society was formed on 2 june 1825. The society came to be known as the Law Society, although the formal title was The Society of Attorneys, Solicitors, Proctors, and others not being Barristers, who practiced in the court of Law and Equity of the United Kingdom. Then in 1903, the society changed its official name to The Law Society.

The society first proceeded to work against fraudulent practitioners. They got the right to investigate the accounts of a practitioner, and to award them with annual practicing certificates. The society also has an office, Consumer Complaint Service, that deals with complaints regarding solicitors.

Numerous lectures have been delivered in the Law Society with a focus towards improving their standards. Proper legal education was essential to improve the status of the profession. The Solicitors act of 1860 gave the society rights to set up an examination system. The society also went on to create their very own school of Law, which later became the College of Law. Later on, it became necessary for clerks to have one academic year.

The society had a strong agenda from the beginning, which enabled it to have powerful connections with the Government. The fact that they independently waged war against deceitful practitioners, was enough to bring them out into the open, and have a special relationship with the Government on the Law reform, and the formulation of legal policy. Today the society monitors, and maintains validating control over undergraduates and post graduates, training contracts, and ensure continuing professional development.

The services provided by this society have increased since it was formed. The society has a library, and a dining club to add to its impressive brochure. Due to the Gazette, that was launched in 1903, interactions between parties received a welcome boost. By 1959, advice to members on costs, licensed practice, and office management was made available. A Researh Unit was founded in 1988 that published a detailed analysis into the profession as well.

The 11 Forgotten Laws – Manifesting Desires Using the Law of Thinking – Part 1

The law of thinking states that you attract what you think about and what you focus on. This state of thinking creates our physical reality whether we are aware of it or not. You’ve activated the creative process. The original thought attracts like thoughts and thoughts built upon thoughts lead to actions which create circumstances, events and people which manifest that which we’ve been thinking of.

The law of gravity works every time, what goes up must come down, whether or not we’re aware of this fact. Similarly, the law of thinking works every time, whether or not we are aware of its effects. These laws were put in place for our benefit but when we violate these laws we suffer the consequences. The laws work every time whether you are a child or an adult. It does not discriminate. That’s why as parents we protect our young children because they don’t yet understand the laws of gravity.

Our thoughts work with specific universal laws and we must understand these laws and work within them to benefit from them.

Thought is energy and we can direct that energy, much like electricity, to use in the direction of manifesting desires. We’ve set up electricity in a way that is useful in our everyday lives, i.e. to use the vacuum to clean the house or the stove to cook our food. We’ve created these household equipments to intentionally and constructively direct this energy of electricity for our purposes.

We can also direct this powerful energy of thought in the direction of manifesting desires in our lives through the ‘equipment’ we desire to use depending on what we want to accomplish, i.e. directing our thought energy into getting the job we desire or establish a business to enhance our financial status. We can also direct energy for good or for bad.

You are where you are now because of the thoughts you’ve been thinking and the beliefs which sustained those thoughts. You get the results you’re having in your life, good or bad, because of the way you’re thinking.

Many of us have not been taught to think correctly from our parents, teachers and society and therefore we’ve adopted thinking patterns belonging to the ‘status quo’ which usually produces the same results of the majority of people in our world. These thinking patterns for the most part are usually negative self-defeating thought generated ideas.

We’ve been programmed to look at our situation and if you don’t like what you see, you start by changing the results which in most cases results in us going back to our old habitual way of doing stuff.

Why? Because you’re trying to change the effects and not what caused the effects in the first place. And that cause is in our internal program forming our habitual lifestyle. For example, if you trying to cut down an apple tree and not remove the roots it will shoot up again eventually sprouting new shoots. But if you want to completely remove it so you begin to have oranges, you’d need to uproot the apple tree and sow orange seeds so you can have an orange harvest.

Similarly, if you want different results, you’ve got to go to the internal programming in your subconscious mind and uproot the beliefs that no longer serve you or that are causing blockages and holding you back from manifesting your desires.

So, how do you go about changing the internal programming and then your results using the law of thinking to manifesting desires? Keep an eye out for Part 2.

Lawyers Enforce Their Clients Best Interests Not the Law

Have you ever heard Lawyers say that they exist to enforce the law? Often when you confront lawyers about their problematic profession and its damage to our civilization or if you challenge them on the productivity issue, as lawyer produce nothing but are rather scum sucking parasites with professional title; they will tell you that without them their would be chaos and anarchy in the streets. Huh, I was certain that such needs of our society were taken care of by police, judges and correctional institutions.

Let us see we have police who loot, judges who lie, district attorneys that indict for political purposes, Attorney generals who file cases and press releases simultaneously since they will soon be running for office. We have lawmakers who are lawbreakers and who is to save us; The wet behind the ears law student, who in their self righteousness is going to enforce the rule of law? What are they talking about lawyers do not enforce the law, they twist it around to fit the needs of their clients. They argue the definitions of laws, letter of the law, intent of the law, use of the law and case law from any kangaroo court their paralegals can dig up, all while they file embellished lawsuits (lies, misrepresentations and bogus crap).

Lawyers may think they are enforcing the law, but actually they are living a fantasy, as all they ever do is abuse it. Caesar said; “First thing we do is kill all the lawyers!” That is a far more relevant notion than the purported reasoning of lawyers claiming somehow they are the saviors of society. I mean Get real. Think on it.

Dressing For Success And The Law Of Attraction

Have you heard the saying “Appearance is everything”? It may sound shallow, but in actual fact it is a key component that makes up most of the first impression one gives others in any social of business setting. So what does Dressing For Success have to do with the Law of Attraction? Here are a few notes on this key element…

Society has groomed us over the centuries to look at our appearance as the key defining element that makes the relationship between ourselves and other members of the society we live in. Your clothing is the key to the impression you have on others you want to be associated with. Key points to consider:

  1. Branding: Your appearance makes part of a statement of who you are. You will be able to attain your set goals if you cloth yourself for success from the get go. It is more to do with how you feel about yourself than what others feel about you. How comfortable and confident in your clothes will determine first and foremost the strength of energy you will be able to put out into the universe around you. If you are not confident in yourself and how you look, you will not be able to release and attain your true potential as you will be bottling up and shutting yourself down, losing who you really are and could be. Looking at some famous names out there, you will note that they did not become overnight successes all by what they specialized in. It actually ment that they had to work on themselves to gear up and tap into their true potential by dressing right.
  2. Your Wardrobe and Current Fashion: What is in your wardrobe? are you up to date with current fashion trends? Do your clothes look as if you had to get your mother to dress you up or do you come across as if you are wearing hand-me-downs that do not seem to fit? It is important to keep your wardrobe current and filled with only clothes that fit you right. Whether it means that you have to go to a specialist fashion designer to get your outfits fitted just right or simply to find out what type of clothes you should be wearing, not forgetting the all important dress codes of where and when you should be wearing them. You should find it not too hard to change and adapt accordingly. It enables you to bring out the second bold statement of the level of due diligence of knowing how to take care of not only ones own personal self and own possessions, but that of others as well.
  3. Your Cleanliness:Not only does this refers to you as an individual but it also applies to your clothes. They all need to be clean and neat.

The Law of Attraction – A Brief History

Following the publication of Rhonda Byrne’s book ‘The Secret’, and the release of the subsequent, highly-successful ‘The Secret’ DVD, the term ‘The Law of Attraction’ swiftly entered popular consciousness. The self help and self improvement phenomenon has been widely discussed on television by such mainstream figures as Larry King and Oprah Winfrey.

It’s hardly surprising that many people consider The Law of Attraction a relatively new creation, a kind of self help pilates or Atkins diet, if you will. However, it’s been around for quite some time, and takes a good deal of its inspiration from Classical and Ancient beliefs.

Before we proceed with a brief (and potted) history, here’s a quick in-a-nutshell definition for those of you who don’t quite know what The Law of Attraction is. The Law of Attraction is a radical spiritual philosophy that states that ‘like attracts like’, that ‘you get what you think about; your thoughts determine your experience’.

The principles that form the foundations of The Law of Attraction can be found in one of the world’s oldest religions: Hinduism. It is possible that a fascination with Hinduism lead the idea to be adopted and developed in later theosophical works published by a number of leading Victorian spiritualists. Madame Blavatsky, for example, used the expression ‘The Law of Attraction’ in her 1877 book ‘Isis Unveiled: the Secrets of the Ancient Wisdom Traditions’. A quarter of a century later, James Allen (publisher and editor of the magazine ‘The Light of Reason’) alludes to the same principals in his highly-regarded proto self help book ‘As a Man Thinketh’, taking his inspiration from the Jewish proverb ‘As a man thinketh in his heart, so he is’. The central belief behind the book is that noble thoughts make a person noble, whilst lowly (or ‘bestial’) thoughts make a person miserable. One of Allen’s most memorable quotations is, “Mind is the master weaver, both of the inner garment of character and the outer garment of circumstance”.

Four years after ‘As a Man Thinketh’ was published, with the development of the New Thought Movement, the concept of The Law of Attraction begins to gain considerable pace. In 1906, the book ‘Thought Vibration or The Law of Attraction in the Thought World’ by William Walker Atkinson is published. A year later, ‘Prosperity Through Thought Force’ by Bruce MacLelland appears in print. One of the founding members and leading lights of the original Theosophical Society, William Quan Judge wrote about The Law of Attraction in 1915, as did Annie Besant (founder of the Central Hindu College at Varanasi) in 1919.

Thereafter, a steady stream of metaphysical authors and theosophists make reference to The Law of Attraction, including Florence Scovel Shinn (author of the self help book ‘The Game of Life and How to Play it’ 1925), Alice Bailey and Sri K. Parvathi Kumar.

So you can see, the likes of Esther Hicks, Beth and Lee McCain and, most recently, Rhonda Byrne, far from being pioneers of a strange and new system of self help and self improvement, are in fact part of a long and enduring tradition.