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Being a Lawyer

Thinking like a lawyer demands thinking within the confines of inductive and deductive forms of reasoning. As law students, we enter a world of rigorous dialogue in which abstractions are formulated and then described—usually leading to the discovery of a general...

Breaking the Habit

Change is critical and I think, it is change that defines whether a particular object is dead or alive. Everything we do and what we do not do is only but a matter of change—a change of minds (disparity of minds)—this makes sure change is of every type, regional,...