Wednesday 2 September 2015, 8.24pm HKT
THIS is relevant only to some guys I know who are studying law, and this is just for the record.
Question is, how do we learn anything? There no real ‘trick’ to learning caselaw. The challenge of reading legal text, journal articles, cases and statutes can seem overwhelming in the beginning.
THE BIGGEST FEAR
One of the biggest fears of law students worldwide is this:— Every single case will evaporate from memory come exam time.
(via Friends United)
Monday 20 July 2015, 12.00pm HKT
Tuesday 7 July 2015, 8.04am HKT
(Updated with additional ‘information’ since posting, hehehe)
IF you want a ‘power’ name, you’ve come to the right place.
Names for persons, for firms, characters, project names — you name it — and many take to me as the first port of call for advice for the longest time.
To wit, my invention “The Lipsync Lawyer” (among others) last April.
I’m flattered, but honestly too, I have to wonder about how some people dream up names, especially names for kids or for themselves.
I am Chinese. I made up an English name “Jushine” for myself yesterday. Is it pronounceable for a native English speaker?
Monday 6 October 2014, 5.49am HKT
Amended to fit in with the blog’s style and requirements (hah!):
Answer by The Naked Listener:
This question keeps showing up on my feed and it’s getting on my nerves (no offence to the asker, who is blameless for this), so I might as well answer it.
Sunday 13 July 2014, 12.01am HKT
TO THINK that it’s been only four years to the day that I was let off crutches — a highly memorable ordeal for me that lasted 37 months and taught me a few things about the people of my town.
I rarely reblog the work of others and don’t like to repost my own stuff, but I should think some people needed reminding on a variety of things for a variety of reasons.
This post originally appeared on 15 July 2012, now updated with very slight editing touches to align with the demands of today’s over-(in)sensitive souls.
(Image via International Boarding & Pet Services)