Quan Law Group is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to the advancement of the quan law practice by developing knowledge, encouraging action, and promoting justice, equality, and equality of opportunity.
Quan Law Group’s mission statement is simple: “To create value for our clients and communities, promote a just and peaceful world, and enable us to be an impactful voice in the world.
Quan Law Group’s primary goal is to educate.
While Quan Law Group’s primary goal is to educate, they also make a point to promote a just and peaceful world. However, they are quite open to the idea of making it a reality. They have a public web site that’s dedicated to informing people about Quan Law Groups mission and accomplishments.
Quan Law Groups is a 501(c)3 nonprofit established in 2002. Their mission and values are defined in a brief statement on their website. The organization’s web site also makes it clear that Quan Law Groups is a non-profit and does not intend to become an entity that runs its own business.
Quan Law Groups has been around for a long time and it’s not easy, but it’s also not impossible. In fact, a recent article by TechCrunch’s Christopher Anderson suggests that Quan Law Groups is a grassroots organization that’s trying to create an effective alternative to the police. The article goes on to point out that Quan Law Groups is trying to make a difference in how police and other government agencies operate. This is a huge step in the right direction, but it’s not a perfect solution.
The problem with this organization is that it is currently using the police as a “facilitator” to help it accomplish its goals. This might be a good move because the police are a very well trained group and their training can certainly come in handy in such a big task as helping Quan Law Group accomplish its mission. However, it is still a problem because most police departments are not staffed with a lot of lawyers.
It’s even possible that the police and the social media police would be better equipped to assist in this project. I understand that this is a big step in the right direction but I can’t see any reason why the social media police, or the police themselves, are not trained to help these groups.
A lot of the social media police are in large part volunteers. They are not just paid employees. So perhaps it would be best if the police were trained to assist Quan Law Group in creating a more social media-friendly environment.
One way to accomplish this is with the new police training, which gives an officer a much needed training in social media law enforcement. I would like to see this training start at the police academy and be carried over into the rest of the department. As the department is so large, I don’t see why this should happen only at this level.