Legal Justice Team
4,000 Supporters, Project Expiring, Thanks!On
Thank you to everyone who voted for this set! It was a fantastic ride, just recently passing 4K votes, which is far more than most sets ever achieve! But we unfortunately won't be making it to our 10K goal. I very much appreciate everyone's enthusiasm and encouragement, and hope you'll continue to to support projects featuring women and girls in leading roles!
New pics: RI court, Cape Cod adventureOn
Happy holidays to everyone from the Legal Justice Team!
The Justices recently visited the smallest state in the U.S.: Rhode Island! The RI Supreme Court is located in a beautiful Providence building that's nestled between downtown and College Hill.
They also took some time to relax in nearby Cape Cod, in neighboring Massachusetts.
We've had an amazing year traveling North America and look forward to visiting more courts in the year ahead. Have a wonderful new year, everyone! Here's hoping we'll reach 10K votes in 2016 :)
New pics: CA, OR courts, Golden Gate BridgeOn
The Justices had a blast on the left coast!
First stop was the Supreme Court of California in San Francisco:
Next, on their way up the coast, they stopped to do some sightseeing at the iconic Golden Gate Bridge!
Finally, the Justices visited Salem, Oregon, home of the Oregon Supreme Court.
As always, thank you to everyone for your support of this set! Special thanks to WomanthologyUK for featuring the Legal Justice Team in their article this month:
New pics: OH & MN Supreme Courts!On
The ladies of the Legal Justice Team continue on their court road trip across North America!
First up, the justices took some snapshots in front of one of the largest gavels in the world...at the Supreme Court of Ohio in Columbus! Thanks to Jack and Cynthia for hosting :)
The team also visited the Minnesota Supreme Court in St. Paul! Thanks to Ken and Sabriel for hosting.
As always, thank you to everyone for your support! Cheers :)
New pics: Niagara Falls & Ontario Superior Court!On
Greetings from Canada! Last week, the Legal Justice Team trekked to Toronto, Canada, to visit the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Some pics from their visit:
On their way home, the justices also took some time to go sightseeing at the amazing Niagara Falls on the border of Canada and the United States!
3,000 Supporters - Thank you!On
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Huge milestone today! Thanks to everyone for supporting the Legal Justice Team. More goodies and pics are in store as we march toward 10K, so be sure to follow us here, on Facebook (@LegalJusticeTeam), and/or Twitter (@LegoJustices).
New pics: ME & NH Supreme Courts!On
The ladies of the Legal Justice Team have embarked on a tour to visit courts across North America!
First two stops were in New England! The Maine Supreme Judicial Court currently meets in Portland, ME, in this building near the city's harbor.
The team also visited the New Hampshire Supreme Court, which is located in the state capital of Concord.
Stay tuned for future road trip updates, and thanks to everyone for supporting this set!
Now on Twitter + Facebook!On
I'll be posting pics of the justices as they visit courts across North America, plus news about the project, and about women in law around the world. I'll also be highlighting other LEGO Ideas projects every now and then! So, I hope you'll join us on our journey :)
@LegoJustices on Twitter:
@LegalJusticeTeam on Facebook:
New baseplate options!On
Hey, everyone! Thanks for your continued support of the Legal Justice Team set. In response to your suggestions, I've added a couple of options for baseplates to help keep the court scene together:
With a 16x16 baseplate, the main elements of the set can be bound together with limited extra floorspace. This option makes it easier to introduce other minifigures or objects at random angles with respect to the central benches and chairs.
A 32x16 baseplate provides additional room for secure positioning of figures and objects such as the included bench fences/gates as well as any extra minifigures you may add to the scene.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on which one you think works best — or if you prefer no baseplate at all, let me know in the comments!
New milestone, new deadline, new pics: the Justice Team visits D.C.!On
Hey everyone! Some fantastic news: We recently passed the 2,500-vote mark, meaning we're a quarter of the way to 10K. Thanks to all who have supported this set so far!
LEGO has also just announced a new time extension for sets earning 1,000+ and 5,000+ votes within their first year on LEGO Ideas. That means the Legal Justice Team currently has until early fall 2016 to reach its goal.
To celebrate, I hope you'll enjoy these new photos of our favorite justices doing a little sightseeing in Washington, D.C.!