“I came to law school with an optimistic outlook. I came from a cohort that I felt was very unaware of its surroundings. … You couldn’t have the kind of conversation that you can have with people here at the law school.”
A woman in a nightclub cubicle once told me that rubbing your clit is a private act of resistance. She was drunk and slurring, but these were wise words nonetheless.
It’s late March, 2020. Victoria has just entered a strict COVID-19 lockdown. To distract myself from what seemed to be the end of days, I was experimenting with baking. I had decided on a lemon meringue pie. A quick google search informed me that I needed eight eggs, which was eight more than I had at home.
Purely Perspectives is an initiative which aims to amplify students’ diverse experiences at Melbourne Law School.
Purely Dicta is on a quest to find the perfect cafe study spot within walking distance of Melbourne Law School. First stop: Stovetop.
It is now one week since International Women’s Day (IWD) 2022. The LinkedIn posts have come to a halt. The leftover pink cupcakes have been eaten. The motivational speakers have sent their invoices for payment. The conversation has stopped. Did it ever truly begin?
The video game industry has eclipsed almost all other entertainment industries when measured by profitability and growth-rate.
I have a request for everyone reading this. Take a moment to reflect, if you would, on the kind of institutions you wish to see around you.
Last year, 2020, shone a glaring light on the failures of many long-accepted conventions.
Happy Celebrate Bisexuality Day!
“Publius”, an anonymous third-year MLS student, published an article last night in De Minimis entitled ‘You Cannot Be Pro Choice and Pro Vaccine Mandate’.
You probably did alright in high school. Then in law school. Then in the courts.
Where does first-person academia originate?