You (Person A) want to electronically send a monetary amount to Person B. You access your wallet via an electronic key. You initiate the transaction. This transaction is broadcast to a particular network. The entities on this network will verify that you have enough value in your wallet in order to transfer the desired amount to Person […]

via Blockchain Technology – An Amateur’s Guide — LawSkills blog

Learn the art of converting your prized work into a book from one of the very best bloggers (and also my personal favourite) that we have here!

Thank you, Christine, for taking the time to write this.


When I first contemplated choosing pieces and organizing them for Composition of a Woman, I naively thought it would be fairly quick and straightforward process. I had recently served as the editor for an art show chapbook that included pieces from 12 very diverse girls and women and as the primary editor for Anthology Volume […]

via Anatomy of a Book: Choosing and Organizing Your Writing — Brave & Reckless

Law is organic. It is ever-evolving. Its most difficult challenge, however, is to evolve as quickly as the changes being embraced by the society. It is indeed a tough task considering the breakneck speed at which we are advancing. Arguably, the biggest fear facing society today is the probable inability of law to keep pace […]

via DNA Technology Bill – Everything You Need to Know — LawSkills blog

My co-passenger on a flight from Ahmedabad to Mumbai was a lawyer. She had majorly been assisting senior advocates and handling Arbitration matters for the last 5 years, ever since she graduated as a lawyer. However, on the flight that evening, she sounded pretty much done with Arbitration. Since her graduation days, she shared, she […]

via What’s the Fuss about E-Learning? — LawSkills blog

Look what a beautiful, soul-stirring poem I came across today. I couldn’t help but share it!

Tonight I will pretend that I know your name I will act like I recall your face I will play your game And maybe you might still be here In the morning. Tonight You’ll call me baby – I’ll let you, babe I’ll draw hearts and stars in my diary On every page And maybe […]

via Dawn — The Poetry of A Heavy Heart