One of the many advantages of studying history and the arts is that one gets a very broad sweep of perspective that other subjects can’t provide.
Business school case studies are very interesting but are usually always based on contemporary successes as anything older than ten years is deemed irrelevant. However, if like me, you enjoy reading the books of economic historian Niall Ferguson, you will appreciate that everything old will become new again – if you wait long enough.
It is trite to say that although there are many other different ways lawyers can bill their clients, no . . . [more]