Category law

The Global Legal Hackathon

I have recently become involved with ace organisation The Legal Forecast. On the weekend of the 24th of February, I helped TLF organise the Sydney Round of the Global Legal Hackathon. I also wrote about the event from the perspective of a lawyer and ethnographer, in three separate pieces which were published in Thomson Reuters […]

A surplus of dreams: studying law in the age of scarcity

This article was originally published in Overland Literary Journal. Why are record numbers of undergraduates pursuing a career in law when getting a foot in the door is harder than ever? In 2014, 14 600 Australian law graduates entered a field with a capacity to take 66 000 professionals. Assuming no growth in jobs, and […]