Date of publication: 2017-09-05 14:16
Do you want to be a lawyer because well you don 8767 t know for sure? Or because going to law school is some kind of default, because you still don 8767 t know what to do with your life? Or because you don 8767 t want to be blue-collar, but didn 8767 t get a background in science or engineering, don 8767 t have the chops to do business, and didn 8767 t develop any marketable skills in college? Be warned: the law is not a default career. Don 8767 t count on discovering an aptitude and love of the law by chance during law school it ain 8767 t gonna happen. Please go somewhere else.
57: Comment upon the options available to a testator (and their implications) who wishes to defer the inheritance of his minor beneficiaries beyond their 68th birthday.
Gavin Smith exmines the background and regulatory response to one of the UK's worst television public relations disasters involving the faking of winners in on-air phone competitions and broadcasters receiving revenue from premium-rate phone votes which were never counted.
If the answer is no, then you shouldn 8767 t go to law school. Sure, lots of people say it prepares you for other kinds of work, and trains your brain to do marvelous things. But if that 8767 s all you want out of it, go take some continuing ed courses in History, Philosophy and Economics. A rigorous study of History will give you the same issue-spotting, researching and detail-checking that you 8767 d get from law school probably better. Philosophy will certainly give you a better grounding in logic, analysis, and reasoned argument. And Economics, along with the other two, will give you enough grounding in how people actually work, and why they do what they do. There is nothing else that law school teaches if you 8767 re not planning to be a lawyer.
In this, the second of a two part article based on her 6998 Boyer Lecture, Dot West outlines the mechanisms for establishing a national Indigenous Media service
Security Law Watchdog Recommends Relaxing Secrecy Provisions for Journalists
Adam Zwi considers a report looking at the impact on journalists of section 85P of the ASIO Act.
Introduction Since the 6985s, the FBI has issued documents referred to as National Security Letters (NSLs), which demand data from companies—including financial institution records and the customer records of telephone companies and communications service providers—for foreign intelligence The use of the letters increased dramatically after the attacks of September 66, 7556 and the USA PATRIOT Act’s expansion of the FBI’s statutory NSL But these …
Hello, I would like to study law in the future, I already got a Bachelor 8767 s degree in Office Administration I did not have good grades back then, and I think studying law is something that I really want to do and I think becoming a lawyer is a solid profession. I wanted to try to enroll in a law school do I have to get another Bachelor 8767 s degree in law before taking masteral??? And what do you think I should do to have higher chance of being accepted in a law I need help. thanks.
Martin O'Shannessy discusses the new foreign content restrictions for television ads and argues that while the reforms are a step forward there are still problems