Satire: The Giant Sucking Sound

Posted on May 7, 2016 Under All, Satire 0 Comments

– Lewis Pope Most famously used by independent U.S. Presidential candidate, Ross Perot in the 1992 election’s second debate, the “giant sucking sound” was that of American jobs flowing inexorably to Mexico. Perhaps on a broader level, your average law…

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Opinion: Al-Kateb v Godwin

Posted on May 7, 2016 Under All, Opinion 2 Comments

-Philip Matthews Earlier today, I was sitting in an Australian Public Law lecture trying to think of a compelling topic to write about when something caught my attention (which has become an increasingly rare occurrence throughout a semester of APL…

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My Exchange

-Judy Zhao I’m currently on exchange at the University of Nottingham in the UK, using up 4 of my law electives to study European Union Law, Corporate Insolvency, Child Law and Criminal Justice on a pass/fail basis. There is a…

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LAWS0000: Foundations of First Year Law

-Casley Rowan After a year of struggling to reach that elusive enter score, of living out of a backpack or of making more coffees and serving more pizzas than we ever thought we would, the first year Law class of…

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Opportunities: Commonwealth Youth Forum, Malta

- Carys Atkinson What is the Commonwealth? Who are these nations and what are they doing? Are they just a bunch of countries that get together and put on a poor man’s Olympics? While the answer to that is technically…

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