Steps to become a lawyer

For people who have good reading skills, are sociable, can remember a lot of data, and want to earn decent money, becoming a lawyer can be a profession to study. However, becoming a lawyer requires years of hard work and study to do so. The steps to becoming a lawyer are college, law school, and passing a state bar exam. […]

How to Trade – Book Review – John Murphy, Intermarket Analysis

Most of the literature analyzing asset allocation that links multiple markets has a large dose of macroeconomics and microeconomics. Macro-micro relationships generally require the application of econometric models to understand the structural links between the two interlocking fields of the economy. John Murphy eliminates hard statistical methods while preserving economic logic with graph-based reasoning. John Murphy was a CNBC-TV technical […]

Welcome President Biden! Long live democracy!

Joseph R Biden or popularly known as Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States of America, was sworn in at a modest inauguration ceremony on January 20, 2021 held on the premises of the Capitol, which was invaded by Trump supporters two ago weeks. At 78, he is the president of the country who is the oldest to […]

Renaissance and Synergistic Environmental Science

Buckminster Fuller and Sir CP Snow warned that the existing lopsided understanding of the second law of thermodynamics was accelerating civilization toward global disaster. To avoid that disaster, modern science needed to meet the biological sciences of the Classical Greek Era Humanities. A question arises, is it possible for the arts to build a Social Cradle to help ensure that […]

Hooray for the Federal Rules of Evidence!

The Federal Rules of Evidence used in the federal courts of the United States and adopted by many states and the military are the codification of many years of common law rules of evidence. The development of modern rules of evidence has been a process of nothing more than putting old wine into new bottles. If one can understand common […]

How to mess up your personal account statement for graduate school or professional applications

When you applied as a college student, your personal statement probably didn’t make much of a difference, because college student admissions are largely based on numbers (GPA, test scores, etc.). Graduate and career school admissions are different! Your competitors will have test scores and grades similar to yours, because most people who are motivated to earn an advanced degree did […]

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