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The idea here is to think – hopefully in a freewheeling way – about law, theories that relate to law, and academic legal scholarship. If you stay here, you should expect to bump into notes, links to scholarship, commentaries, rants and praise, and perhaps actually a few ideas (who knows). Then again, expectations are just that – expectations.

 

About the author:

Thomas Schultz (well, the Thomas Schultz who runs this page is) is an academic lawyer. He is a Professor of Law at King’s College London, a SNF Research Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement, and Of Counsel with the law firm Penvern & Corniglion.

 

 

 


“Well I’m packing things in my bag today
Heading south to my country again
Summer is coming, it’s time to smile
See worry and change it has spun me around
My big old heart has been ripped right out
Summer is coming, it’s time to smile
Woah, its time to smile
Step out of the whirlpool of lies and deceit
Heading for still waters and pure honesty
Summer is coming, it’s time to smile
Woah, it’s time to smile
Woah, yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah oooo yeah yeah ooooo Woah, it’s time to smile
There’s been more rain this year and the country is going strong
And with my feet in the dust I know now I was meant to return
Woah, my young hearts are two thousand miles away
Must focus my strength
Told them this way
Summer is coming, it’s time to smile
Time to smile, Time to smile, Time to smile, Time to smile
See I’m packing things in my bag today
And I’m, heading south to my country again
Summer is coming, it’s time to smile
See now worry and change it has spun me around
My big old heart has been ripped right out
Summer is coming, it’s time to smile
Said Woah, it’s time to smile
Woah, yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah ooooo yeah yeah ooooo woah it’s time to smile”

Xavier Rudd, Time to Smile

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