"Right, sorry." He stretched his arm, offering his hand. "Regulus Black. I usually have better manners than this, but it's hard with you. You were the headmaster for most of us. I think we all assume that you should know, even though logically we know that's not the case."
He pointed to one of the other three empty chairs. "Please take one. "We've decided to put the four tables together so we can all have an input in the laws we pass. It's more collegial than what the Wizengamot used to be." He'd seen the backroom deals on every law; it hadn't been pretty.
"We've basically passed a law that abolishes every other law, but before we make that public, we've publishing a compendium of most natural laws that every society should have. Murder, manslaughter, theft. Those are very easy. We're also doing away with spell based laws, but concentrating on the act itself. As you can imagine, it starts getting difficult once we're talking about laws dealing with trespassing when we're living in a school or the size of cauldrons. And do we care about that?"