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Dec 2016

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The reign of Netflix has brought a distinct breath of fresh air to my legal studies. I've been blessed with a variety of television shows that have allowed me to see real insights into life as a lawyer – albeit the occasional episode is slightly embellished.

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30
Nov 2016

While most of us were flailing our way through Foundations of Law at 18-years-old, Jozef Borja-Erece was busy becoming the youngest person to graduate from the University of Southern Queensland when he graduated with a law degree. His Wikipedia page names him as the ‘youngest solicitor in the Southern Hemisphere and the youngest law graduate in Australian history.’ Those aren’t the only titles Jozef claims as the ‘youngest’. At the age of 13, he also became the youngest taekwondo instructor in New Zealand. #Overachiever.

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25
Nov 2016

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Besides earning some cash monies to pay your way, here are some other constructive ways you can make use of your summer that will pay dividends (what up corporations and tax law?!) later.

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24
Nov 2016
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Fuck. Yes, I know, I just said it. Stop me? Eh, it’s merely a word that is commonplace in society. Offensive? Never!

This appears to be the general consensus in a modern Australian society. The word ‘fuck’ is no longer seen as offensive. Recently, a Magistrate found that chants of ‘fuck Fred Nile’ were not deemed as offensive behavior. Crucially the beloved ‘fuck’ and phrases involving said word are part of the vernacular now, although some may be disappointed if they consider the words ‘Fred Nile’ to be offensive.

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16
Nov 2016

If you're a real law student then you probably have feelings about stationary that the non-law student might find concerning. Don't listen to them, they don't have their priorities straight. Normally, stationery purchases are simple: Buy. It. All. But when it comes to annual planners, that approach simply won't do. The sheer commitment involved makes me sweat. A year. A whole year. That's two semesters (for most of us) and one if not two employers #milennials. 

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02
Nov 2016

With the rise of online course offerings for law, most of us are fortunate to have the choice of whether to go into campus for study, or do it remotely. So is online study a good option? Here are a few thoughts to help you decide.

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