In a previous post, I spoke about how to write a good law essay. This piece will specifically focus on introductions and conclusions, to enhance your already-awesome essay and get you the best marks you can. Here we go:
Almost a year ago I wrote about e-signatures. Now e-contracts are on the rise, with some law firms jumping on board. But in an employment and contract law context, nothing has really been advanced or become the norm (yet!) Let’s examine the implications of having electronic employment contracts.
Clerkship season is upon us and naturally students are coming out with queries about what WAM/GPA they need to avoid their application being culled by the firms who run clerkships. This is a fair enough question but it is futile and needs to stop. Let me explain why. (more…)