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Can Robots Be Effective Advocates?

Can Robots Be Effective Advocates?Could we one day have humanoid robots pleading arguments in courtrooms, appearing on TV to persuade people of the political views of a newly formed “Robot Political Party,” or standing in storefronts convincing people to buy a new rug...

The information you need before Writing a Will

The Information You Need Before Writing a WillPutting together your Will does not have to be stressful, confusing, or costly. Although it is something most of us don’t like to think about, it is extremely important in protecting your assets and making sure they go to...

How the Family Trust Saved a Family House

How the Family Trust Saved a Family HouseThe Problem with the GST PaymentI know a guy named Patrick who started a new business – running a Café, and he really wanted to set it up the right way. He saved some money and bought a house for his girlfriend Susan. Patrick...

Karate Strategy in Legal Negotiation: Part 2

Karate Strategy in Legal Negotiation: Part 2 Never feint You should never feint. Yes, people talk about throwing feints all the time, but a good fighter never really throws a feint. Feint is a technique that is not intended to hit. The difficulty with this is that...

Karate Strategy in Legal Negotiation: Part 1

Karate Strategy in Legal Negotiation: Part 1 I love fighting. Nothing brings you more in the moment than the threat of someone trying to punch you in the head. It’s one thing to punch and kick a bag. But the best fun comes with interacting with another human. To...

Why Law School is Backwards

Why Law School is BackwardsLaw students learn a set of core subjects, some electives, and then once they have finished their degree will do some practical legal training and be required to have some sort of experience in a firm before they are able to become admitted...

Stop Robot Slavery

Stop Robot SlaveryI saw a guy wearing a t-shirt that said, “Stop Animal Slavery.” I thought of the cruel and inhumane conditions that my two golden retrievers are forced to endure (by their own accounts): never enough food, insufficient pats, and hard work each day...

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