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On Physical Constraints, Westlaw, and Annual European Law Conference

Ouroboros (a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail). Drawing by Theodoros Pelecanos, in alchemical tract titled Synosius (1478). Source: Wikipedia

Ouroboros (a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail). Drawing by Theodoros Pelecanos, in alchemical tract titled Synosius (1478). Source: Wikipedia

The researchers are invited to get a firsthand look at the intelligent tools, features and benefits of WestlawNext at the Preview Breakfast on 20 April 2010.

Another event related to my Ph.D. Dissertation that I would like to attend is the Annual European Law Conference at King’s College London on Friday, 30 April 2010, one discussion topic being “Remedies” that is the research object of my Ph.D. Disseratation.

Why would I attend those events? Because also the students of the University of Tartu are expected to „produce“ research results equal with the results of the students of other world universities.

At present, I somehow feel physically constrained in my research.

I understand that on one hand, my lectures at the Tallinn University are now recorded, which means that the State really invests in me by such recording, and watching those videos I can step-by-step considerably improve my presentation skills. On other hand, my investors may say that my research results and presentation skills are not good enough compared to other academicians, consequently I do not deserve more investment, because they have the right to select the best person already available. The consequence of such attitude again is that without participating in important social and academic events I stay more and more behind, although it is quite obvious that the less development opportunities a person can use, the less s/he can achieve … This is like a closed circle.



One Response to On Physical Constraints, Westlaw, and Annual European Law Conference

  1. avatar Karon Tison says:

    Great Post, I was wondering did you hear that Israel has banned the Ipad? seems the signal strength is a violation or so they say.

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