⏳ 6 mins Not everything worth knowing is taught. There are a couple of things that law school doesn’t teach you. Let’s go through the list, because I believe in this: Scientia potentia est = Knowledge is power
⏳ 6 mins Earlier this year, I made a long-awaited trip to Tasmania—a place of natural beauty and darkness in equal measure. And a place to view history through the lens of justice and injustice.
⏳ 3 mins Given the year we’ve had, it’s not unusual to feel like we live in a bubble.
⏳ 7 mins Some years ago, I picked up a book on the Magna Carta thinking that it would come in handy at some point. That point seems to be now.
⏳ 3 mins I’ve mentored a number of law students over the past few years. A common question that I get is, “which subjects should I be doing at law school?”
⏳ 2 mins After a bit of a hiatus… hello 2021 and a book recommendation to boot!
⏳ 3 mins Any conversation involving contracts often strikes fear, but it need not be the case. Let’s start with an easy tiptoe into the land of contracts.
⏳ 19 mins Quddus is the founder of FutureLab.Legal, a learning and solutions business that supports legal industry stakeholders with a focus on the future of law.
⏳ 2 mins Robert Iger’s The Ride of a Lifetime gives us a rare insight into what it means to head up the “happiest place on Earth”—as CEO of the Walt Disney Company for 15 years between 2005 to 2020.
⏳ 2 mins In the early days of my legal career, I used to obsess over what makes a brilliant lawyer in the vein of… the wonderful Atticus Finch.
⏳ 5 mins Alkaline water, superfoods, açaí berries, nuts (of all kinds, including human), multivitamins, weight-loss teas, and the latest—anti-COVID-19 activewear. WHOOP WHOOP! As part of the Brew Basics series this week, we explore the world of misleading or deceptive conduct.