9 Tips For Better Pleadings

Your case will be won - or lost - on your pleadings. Here are 8 tips on how to draft bullet-proof Pleadings.

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11 Tips for Drafting Better Applications & Affidavits

You draft - and oppose - applications and affidavits every single day. Here are some tips for better drafting.

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10 Tips for Better Legal Arguments

Craft better Legal Arguments. Here are 10 useful tips.

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Words to a pupil, over coffee

As you enter into pupillage, what would you like to know? What is it like on the other side of the fence? What does a pupil-master expect of a pupil?

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Which is supreme: the Constitution, the monarchy or some other power?

A Ruler's power to appoint a Chief Minister is all the rage. A blogger once wrote that the monarch could appoint his gardener as prime minister. Was he right? This minor question begets larger ones. For a start, (1) Is there a legal principle higher than the Constitution? (2) How should the Constitution be interpreted? ...

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Are private hospitals immune from the negligence of their specialists? [Part-3]

Private hospitals have long been escaping blame for their specialists’ negligence. When a specialist falls into a terrible error, should not the courts – as a matter of policy – hold private hospitals liable? If so, what should be the principle behind the policy?

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