⏳ 12 min read Sarah-Mae is a rare species of lawyer. She has experience working in two different jurisdictions—Australia and Singapore.
⏳ 3 min read Looking for a thrilling page-turner this year? Check out this book by Kimberley Motley on her time as a lawyer in Afghanistan.
⏳ 4 min read This week, a little dose on the future of law and some important takeaways about what lawyers need to be doing right now.
⏳ 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.
⏳ 8 min read There are a handful of books that I’ve found positively earth-shattering. One of them is Mindset, by Professor Carol Dweck, a Professor of Psychology at Stanford University.
⏳ 7 min read Lawyers, like any other human, enjoy weaving narratives that “make sense”. But simple narratives can sometimes ignore the grey line between truth and illusion.
⏳ 8 min read We take a look at two aspects of life which lawyers (and almost every other human) struggle with—planning fallacy and optimism bias.