20
Jul 2010

Who says the law is serious? While surveying the wonders of the Internet, I found an article about a study conducted in America to determine who was the funniest member of the Bench.

You’ll not be surprised to hear that an American law professor has conducted a serious survey into judicial humour, albeit only at the Supreme Court level.

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18
Jul 2010

Six days down, one to go! Our ALSA Conference Correspondent Jerome Doraisamy dishes the dirt from days five and six.

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16
Jul 2010

The ALSA Conference is well underway in Adelaide. Jerome Doraisamy of UTS is our Survive Law correspondent. Here’s his take on the next two days of the Conference.

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14
Jul 2010

The ALSA Conference is well underway in Adelaide. Jerome Doraisamy of UTS is our Survive Law correspondent. Here’s his take on the first two days of the Conference.

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08
Jul 2010

A revue is a comedic performance typically made up of lots of short skits with some song and dance numbers in between. Being involved in a law revue has been the highlight of my degree, hands down.

Law revue season isn’t too far away so if you want to do more than just buy tickets, here’s what you can expect...

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07
Jul 2010

So the past five generations of your family weren’t judges? Then I guess you’re doomed to fail in your legal career… or not. Although ‘no successful lawyer is an island,’ being born with contacts is not a necessity. Good networking can really help your career, but as law students we’re only seeing half the picture.

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