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Fields of law and legal process card and board game apparatus

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #4706960.

A combined card and board game consisting of over 205 fields of law, legal categories, including legal lexicon, legal terminology and legal processes involving quetions and/or statements and responses. The game includes a board which consists of four pluralities of spaces with indicia which relate to indicia on the cards and spinner and represent legalcategories of law utilizing the alphabet and numerals, a plurality of sets of cards consisting of legal knowledge and information, a rectangular card box, a spinner and gamepieces. The game board is comprised of marked spaces and pathways whereby players move gamepieces in attempt to advance to the winner's/Dean's circle by correct response at his respective turn according to applicants' game rules. The game simulates graduation from law school, receiving an L.L.M., and/or passing the bar and provides an educational, entertaining, teaching, testing and competitive game of chance and legal knowledge. The players will learn and become aware of law, legal rights and duties through a competitive game board method based on random selection or player's discretion.

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