Our universities have scrapped degrees on peace making, preferring we learn to make war. Last year, Sydney University […]
In June 2019, Rhodes House hosted the Global Scholars Symposium. The theme was Cultivating Innovation. Over the two-day event, […]
Eight top schools have as many Oxford and Cambridge admissions as the next 2894 UK schools combined, according […]
In the last two years, over 100 public libraries across the UK have been forced to close down. […]
It is nearly time for Vivid Sydney, and I thought in light of that I’d share some of […]
I know several PhD researchers at prestigious universities who keep getting asked to “co-author” a research paper. Typically […]
The history of law schools is a battle of ideas. Ideas over what the law is, how it should
be taught and the kinds of student a law school should produce. Frequently,
law schools have been the battleground of fierce intellectual rivalries, with
rival schools of thought battling for supremacy.
Recently I’ve been writing this book on how to write a thesis worth writing. It combines various lessons […]
Some thoughts on this late at night: 1. The Referencing System: Arguably the most pernicious aspect of modern […]
In a true Socratic law school, I suggest, students would be instructed to ask questions to those in authority instead of answering them. Nothing and no one would be beyond a student’s questioning, especially by virtue of claims to authority or expertise alone.