Chris Nelson Had he said "the heritage of Anglo-American law", he would be right. But he said "Anglo-American heritage", which is probably a statement he frequently says when he thinks he's only surrounded by his fellow racists, and as such it is built into his brain circuitry. 2 Manage Like · Reply · 4h Shawn Lewis Then lawyers should be smart enough to refrain from using "shop language" that has another meaning in common usage. I'm an engineer, but I don't go around talking about the "right hand screw rule" (since regular people might misunderstand). Valiant effort, but you still fall flat.