With enough research, there is bound to be a trend to support your theory.
The larger your law library, the longer it takes to discover that it does not have the material you need.
If some scientific research is not worth doing at all, then it should not be done well.
Stealing ideas from one person is plagiarism; stealing from many is a scientific study.
If enough data is collected, then using statistical methods you can prove anything.
Any fact can be tailored to fit any statement by including additional assumptions in the latter.
Advancement in jurisprudence can be measured by the rate at which exceptions to previously adopted laws accumulate.
1. There are always more exceptions than rules.
2. There are always exceptions to current exceptions.
3. By the time exceptions are mastered and widely applied, no one remembers the rules to which they apply.
Repetition does not provide validity. Legal Exception - Use Case Ensures Accuracy.
If you have the correct data, then the task is wrong.
History is repeating itself - just historians repeat each other.
1. Reject the last of the established truths that appear on the list of discoveries.
2. Add yours there.
3. Pass the list on.
Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to re-study the course of history.
Scientific research is the process of walking around alleys to see if they are dead ends.
The number of reasonable hypotheses that can explain any given phenomenon is endless.
The library will have all the old issues of journals available - except for the one you need for your research.
There are no answers here - just solid cross-references.
The nearest library does not have the material you need.
The less work an organization does, the more often it reorganizes.
If people listened to themselves more often, they would speak much less.
The size of the progress report is inversely proportional to the results achieved.
The most interesting lecture will be scheduled simultaneously with another one, almost as interesting.
Never drop a good idea on a meeting table. She will belong to this meeting.
1. Never be the first.
2. Never be the last.
3. Never volunteer in anything.
After a hearty dinner, the floor is given to the speaker with the most monotonous voice.
1. Knowledge based on external facts and evidence is unreliable.
2. Logic is never able to establish what is possible and what is impossible.
Memory serves only its master.
Only after you trip over your own shoes do you start to put them away.
It is impossible to learn what a person already considers to be well learned.