Studying the rule of law won’t make a great litigator. It is the act of trying cases in real courtrooms with real plaintiffs and defendants and judges and juries, week after week and year after...
In all cases our stance will be determined by what serves the interests of the Palestinian people.
That solves about 95 percent of the cases but the cases that get to the Supreme Court are the five percent that aren’t easily answered and that’s where you fall back on judgment and perspective.
In most cases, failure is not determined by the obstacles we face, but by how we approach them and what our perceptions whisper to when on encountering eventualities.
The only real lawyers are trial lawyers, and trial lawyers try cases to juries.
But that is a valid, continuing service that that music – which is, in some cases, 80 or 90 years old – is rendering. And proving its own timelessness.
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