The Legal Digest Review

TL:DR #21 Remembering History to Reduce Repeating Mistakes in Law and Our Lives
Some people are fortunate enough to develop a keen appreciation of history from an early age. They possess a mind that is wide enough to think not just about the present or to plan about the future, but to use...
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TL:DR #20 The Human Factor and Fairness in Administration of Justice
The meaning and importance of “Fairness” is as relatively significant now in our daily lives as it was spanning back before Ancient Greek antiquities[1] and in human form’s most basic unevolved interactions, and yet there is no easily identifiable and...
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TL:DR #19 Lack of Reasons Implies Lack of Justice
World Injustice Part of Daily Life Our world and our people in it continue to create, experience or observe injustices many of which become a norm due to frequency or circumstance, and others are highlighted as unusual due to concentration...
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TL:DR #18 We can’t avoid disputes forever, but we can try to solve them faster
We can’t avoid disputes forever, but we can try to solve them faster It is irrational to believe that it is unlikely we will not disagree with someone, or that a business will not encounter a situation where there is...
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TL:DR #17 Disability Inclusion – Collective Understanding and Effort
Everyone is Affected, More Can be Done Although there is plenty of credible evidence that the world has progressed, and societies have evolved on aggregate for the better[1], there is still much that individuals, groups and states can do to...
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TL:DR #16 Being Rational About Remote Working
Remote working and how countries, companies and individuals view and approach the concept is as similarly complex in nature as the behaviour of synapses which exist in the spaces between the cells in our brain[1]. Matters such as mode of...
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TL:DR #15 Climate Change, Principles, Complaining, Noise, and Positive Action
Climate Change, Principles, Complaining, Noise, and Positive Action Amidst the backdrop of the United National Climate Change Conference 2021 held in Glasgow, United Kingdom[1], there is much to ‘complain about’ and there is much complaining. However, whilst high minded principles...
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TL:DR #14 Is Thai History a Good Teacher?
Disconnecting from the Past Might Disconnect Understanding of the Now and Future In our modern tech-oriented world, we are rained upon with torrential deluges of wellbeing and inspirational quotes. We are frequently encouraged to ‘rise above our past’ and ‘look...
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TL:DR #13 Innovation, Art, Law and the Societal Effects of Restriction
Is Art Progress? [1] This last week has given rise to significant controversies in Asia over the use of art as a means of expression. For states, so-called controversial art can be seen as a challenge to security, order, and...
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TLDR #12 On What Basis Do and Should Countries Regulate Foreign Ownership Rights?
Land Ownership Issues Cause Rage and Wars The matter of a nation determining who should and should not be able to ‘own’ property is not simple, and therefore the reasons behind the rules of a property ownership system are naturally...
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