⏳ 4 mins What’s essential? What’s reasonable? This week, we look at how straightforward words can mean different things to different people at different times.
⏳ 3 mins Unfortunately, it has taken a catastrophic event like COVID-19 to show that you can WFH effectively in the legal industry—and for sustained periods of time.
⏳ < 1 min Given the fast-paced global developments around COVID-19, I have decided to take Legal Brew on a very short break.
⏳ 5 mins This week, the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and some of the legal implications it has thrown up in Australia.
⏳ 2 mins This week, some common mistakes of newbie litigation lawyers and what I would do differently if I could start again.
⏳ 4 mins In Thinking in Bets, a former World Series of Poker champion Annie Duke explains how lessons from poker can help us make better decisions.
⏳ 4 mins Thinking about making running a part of your morning routine? Here are some notes on kickstarting this habit.
⏳ 5 mins What happens when the world arrives at your doorstep? This week, food for thought on what happens when Big Tech collides with private property rights.
⏳ 4 mins Lawyers are not known for their patience. But it’s possibly the most important attribute to becoming a great, not just good, lawyer. Here’s why.
⏳ 9 mins This week, we travel to Budapest, a glittering Hungarian city on the Danube River. Beneath its architectural splendor belies a dark past. Today, it is at the forefront of a shift in European politics to the right. Through this turbulent lens, we explore the interaction between politics and the law.