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May
29

The Hand that Rocks the Cradle

29-05-2017

The one that sometimes understands how you feel without you having to say anything. The one that taught you sacrifice is the most selfless thing you can do. The one that taught you to be strong either from you learning by example or from you learning from their mistakes. The one that you gave and still give, absolute hell to. The person who expe...

May
19

Marital Rape… One Man’s View

19-05-2017

A Man’s Opinion

Women today have come a long way from the early 19th Century. At that time in history, women were chattel for the men. Therefore, a married woman did not have a separate legal existence from her husband. This was a concept, the Doctrine of Coverture, inherited from the English Common Law. Since then, in the 1960s and 197...

May
19

Memoirs of a Law Student – The Awkward First Year

19-05-2017

Watching students huddle in the library to study reminds me of the time when I was one of them. I joined the school when I was 18, under the Diploma in Law programme (now called the CertHE Common Law), with absolutely no clue as to what I wanted to do, what to expect out of the programme, and no idea where my life was headed. I remember freaking...

May
19

10 Things I Wish I Knew Before My First Internship

19-05-2017

Hello my little nooblets. It’s that time of year again where you guys are cramming for exams but at the same time thinking of scoring yourself an internship after the exams (and after post exam partying, of course). As some of you may already know, I used to work in a law firm and it was the same firm I did my first internship with. I was fresh o...