The path laid out for Australian-born Tim Cope was to go to university, get a job, a career, a house and a mortgage; he took the first step by getting into law. But sitting in a law library on his first day at university “felt like death,” says Cope. “And when I went to my first lecture, my heart sank.” The lecturer, high on the podium, announced: “Congratulations for choosing law. The foundations of law mark the beginning of civilisation.” Months later, Cope was standing alone...
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