⏳ 6 min read There is one thing on Earth (at least in this part of the multiverse) that you can’t change, grow, or get more of—it’s called time.
⏳ 7 min read This week, I’d like to borrow a turn of phrase from Marie Kondo, the renown tidying expert. Arguably, reading has far more life-changing magic about it than tidying. Here are some lessons I learned along the way when I got back into books.
⏳ 9 min read In an era where sleep is rubbished as a “waste of time” or “inefficient”—it’s time to look at the evidence from an authority on the topic.
⏳ 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.
⏳ 8 min read This week, we travel to Japan—the land of the rising sun. It’s a place where people revere the old traditions, alongside the new. We’ll delve into the Japanese school lunch, a public policy initiative translated into law.
⏳ 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.
⏳ 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.
⏳ 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.