In Ancient Rome, the Praetor was the place to go to, if the law did not give recourse, or if you were a foreigner. They would look at the Lex Gentio (Law of Nations), and give you a remedy: before appointing a judge, if you were fortunate. They had the job of appointing judges in Rome, and were created to relieve the Consuls, of their time and efforts: so they could consentrate on more important things.
This is a group for discussing how the political and legal system in your country works: on a private, not official basis, nothing here is to constitute legal advice, only discussion of possibilities.
So, maybe discuss how laws differ, or international law, or possible genocides, or international humanitarian law, or public international law, or private international law, or CANON law, or common Law, or Civil Law, etc.
Or politics. Simply, an understandingn of your legal system helps you know who to vote for better, so this should be a group for lawyers, those looking into national, international, and church law, law students, and those interested in explaining, and knowing intricasies, of politics!
In any case, I repeat, nothing here is to be considered as legal advise. Please, if you are a lawyer, or legal person, or have interest in Church, or other laws, and regulations, please join!