⏳ 9 min read We travel to Mostar in Bosnia & Herzegovina or BiH in short. It’s a magical place with a dark history, where the atrocities of war are still etched into the streetscape.
⏳ 7 min read This week, we’re in Melbourne for some cross-disciplinary musings through Science Gallery Melbourne’s DISPOSABLE pop-up. It’s where law meets… the war on waste.
⏳ 15 min read Matthew is the co-founder and managing director of MET Designs, a social enterprise that aims to transform lives through education. He is also a policy manager at the Victorian Government and a member of the Global Shapers Community (an initiative of the World Economic Forum).
⏳ 2 min read This month, on the theme of Travel x Law, we take a peek at highlights from the 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival, also known as MIFF.
⏳ 13 min read Amy is an employment lawyer (by day) and Founder & CEO of Art by Ames (during all other hours when she’s not lawyering)! As a modern calligrapher and creative entrepreneur at heart, Amy has an active social media presence on LinkedIn and Instagram.
⏳ 5 min read Lawyers, in general, are terrible with money because they are so time-poor. It is a real issue because you end up working a lot, but not enjoying the fruits of your (very hard) labour. Here are some things I wish I had more insight into when I was working in the corporate law world.
⏳ 9 min read This week, we’ll travel to a different part of the world. It is a land with no legal identity, recognised only by Turkey and relies on the Turkish postal system for its mail. It also gives us the chance to look at a fundamental aspect of law—property.
⏳ 8 min read Pack your bags once again. We’re visiting the Dalmatian Coast to uncover its history of maritime trade, weights and gold. Yes, you have it—let’s check out Dubrovnik in Croatia.
⏳ 7 min read How do you create a legal system from scratch? This week, we take a final look at the Chinese legal system and the civil law more generally.
⏳ 11 min read Let’s hop over the border to Shenzhen (深圳), China. We’ll start by looking at the influences on the Chinese legal system through the lens of history.