The Law of Order blog serves as a general parliamentary procedure resource, providing information about creation and revision of governing documents (constitutions, bylaws, or rules), application of Robert’s Rules of Order and other procedural authorities in a variety of contexts (such as nonprofits, political parties, homeowners associations, unions, churches, trade associations), and leadership of any type of organizational meeting. In an effort to make all things parliamentary more accessible, The Law of Order provides practical information, advice, and strategy for navigating the legal and procedural complexities of board and committee meetings, delegate meetings, conventions, and the like.