QuizLaw plays twenty questions (go ahead, count them!) with this week's seventy-first edition of Blawg Review. This issue of the carnival is more inquisitive than my kindergartner and nearly as random in its questions.
QuizLaw takes justifiable pride in regularly providing its readership "Simple Answers to Complex Legal Questions". Their format is well-suited to this week's Blawg Review, which covers gubernatorial copyrights, fantasy baseball, unseen billboards, motions to compel lunch, constitutional trivia, and oxygen-enriched air. After all, you can't write "quae singula non prosunt, juncta juvant" without q and a (and a handy copy of Black's Law Dictionary).