It’s 2016 and I’m at a networking event run by one of the major law firms in Sydney, […]
So you want to go to law school. You’ve spent years watching legal dramas, stomach tingling at every […]
For the last three years, I have been writing a PhD on how to fix legal education in […]
In 1984, international human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson shot the first episode of his critically acclaimed Hypotheticals TV […]
In the early 1980s, Geoffrey Robertson was approached by a CBS broadcaster to create the first of his […]
I was recently given an advanced copy of Zoe Durand’s Inside Family Law: Conversations from the Coalface. I decided […]
This is a brief excerpt from my book Legal Education, Privatization and the Market, about the role universities play in guiding young law students away from charity and towards private practice.
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.
This article discusses the role of the corporate mega-firm in shaping the dreams, aspirations, and ambitions of Australian […]
The following is a review of my book by Edwin Montoya Zorrila from the blog, Notes From The […]