Law Students, where can I find a "hot' legal topic to write about?

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Re: Law Students, where can I find a "hot' legal topic to write about?

Postby Mark Aldridge » Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:32 pm

IsThisForReal wrote:
Mark Aldridge wrote:


this was not helpful

Then you're an idiot who needs to stop wasting peoples time


You didn't have to come into my thread or post anything at all. You chose to engage. And after all these posts, you still have provided no resources for me to look at. I think you're the idiot who needs to stop wasting my time.

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Re: Law Students, where can I find a "hot' legal topic to write about?

Postby cavalier1138 » Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:35 pm

Dear Zeus, folks. Stop feeding the troll. This is the same idiot who came here a few weeks ago asking about criminal convictions and whether or not he should write a PS about sleeping with his teacher.

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Re: Law Students, where can I find a "hot' legal topic to write about?

Postby Mark Aldridge » Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:39 pm

cavalier1138 wrote:Dear Zeus, folks. Stop feeding the troll. This is the same idiot who came here a few weeks ago asking about criminal convictions and whether or not he should write a PS about sleeping with his teacher.


Fuck off douchebag
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Re: Law Students, where can I find a "hot' legal topic to write about?

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:39 pm

Mark Aldridge wrote:
Eee666 wrote:Seconding the advice to search for "barely legal" topics. A lot of legal scholarship is concerned with liminality - that is, given that we must draw a categorical distinction somewhere on a gradient of conduct/consequences/whatever, where do we choose to draw that line, and, more importantly, why? For you in particular OP, a relatively straightforward and highly publishable exercise would be to explain why some conduct is "barely legal", and explore the different ways the legal system has arrived at that point (or, why other systems have chosen to draw the line elsewhere, necessitating an exploration of what's "barely legal" in those jurisdictions too.)


I have no idea what thought you are trying to convey

Then maybe you might want to wait on writing an article about the law.



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