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Legal & Governance Doll


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Goal: to uphold laws and standards, ensuring fairness and accountability


Find a lega & governance doll.


some fun facts

  • In medieval Europe, trial by ordeal was a common practice to determine guilt or innocence. One such ordeal involved "trial by hot iron" where the accused had to carry a red-hot iron bar for a certain distance. If their wounds healed cleanly after three days, they were deemed innocent.

  • The Twelve Tables were the earliest attempt by the Romans to create a code of law, dating back to 450 BCE. These tables were displayed in the Roman Forum and contained laws regarding property, family, and crime. They laid the foundation for much of Roman law.

  • Socrates, the ancient Greek philosopher, was tried and sentenced to death in 399 BCE on charges of corrupting the youth and impiety. He famously chose to drink hemlock rather than flee Athens or recant his teachings, making him one of the most iconic figures in Western philosophy.
  • Sirimavo Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka made history in 1960 as the world's first female prime minister.
  • In medieval Europe, there existed a social group known as the Cagots, who were subjected to legal discrimination and segregation. They were barred from certain professions, churches, and public places. The reasons for their marginalization remain unclear, but they were often associated with myths and superstitions.
  • In 18th-century Louisiana, there were laws known as the Tignon laws, which required women of African descent to wear a headscarf in public. This was aimed at distinguishing free women of color from white women, as free women of color were known for their elaborate hairstyles. However, rather than being oppressive, many women of African descent used the headscarves as fashion statements, adorning them with jewels and other decorations.
  • In the late 19th century, the Tichborne case unfolded in Britain, involving Arthur Orton's claim to be Sir Roger Tichborne, a wealthy heir presumed lost at sea. Spanning over a decade, it captivated the public imagination. Orton was eventually exposed as an imposter through cross-examination.

  • During the California Gold Rush in the mid-19th century, the term "kangaroo court" emerged to describe makeshift courts set up in mining camps. These courts were often characterized by arbitrary justice and hasty proceedings, lacking proper legal procedures.

  • In the early 20th century, Turkey saw a legal dispute known as the "Hat Law" or "Hat and Beard Reform." Mustafa Kemal Atatürk aimed to modernize Turkish society by banning traditional Islamic attire like the fez and veil. This sparked protests and legal battles over the right to wear beards, seen as a symbol of religious identity.
  • Dueling, the practice of resolving disputes through single combat, was once a relatively common practice in the United States, especially among the political and social elite.



some personality traits

analytical | detail-oriented | logical | ethical | diplomatic | decisive | persuasive |

diligent | organized | principled | tenacious | impartial | articulate | strategic |




    some motivations 

    justice | fairness | equality | accountability | integrity | rule of law | public service |

    advocacy | problem-solving | societal impact



    why do people need legal & governance dolls? 

    • to level the legal playing field

    • to translate legalese into understandable terms

    • to advocate for transparency, fairness, and adherence to the rule of law

    • to provide representation for marginalized populations

    • to mediate disputes

    • to mitigate legal risks

    • to draft precise contracts

    • to enforce compliance with laws

    • to innovate legal frameworks



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