Volume 20, Issue 2
Sagittarius are the explorers of the zodiac and love to push the boundaries of what is possible or break out of the mould. They are best suited to tackle the balance of probabilities that plague many a tort issue and will get creative with the facts to construe the best interpretation of the situation for their client.
Stubborn and rule-abiding, Capricorns love a checklist, and following the rules of contract formation are right up their alley. While able to think creatively in assessing the more fluid areas of law in the subject, they are much happier pointing out exactly how you managed to completely and utterly fail to specify the parties to the contract.
Principles of Public Law: Gemini
Able to blend into any area they please, Geminis are great at getting into the ‘vibe’ that is PPL. Their minds are constantly jumping from one idea to the next while maintaining a deeply intelligent inner world. They will never be bored of the complex possibilities this broad subject has to offer.
Aries have their eyes on the prize, the true trailblazers of the zodiac. They’re quick, impulsive, and competitive to the max, perfect for settling disputes over who did what, in what order, and whether there is a breach they can demand a remedy for. They value honesty, and will be blunt about bringing forward evidence for those tricky repudiations.
Disputes and Ethics: Libra
The masters of harmony and diplomacy, Libras were born to mediate. Their ability to appreciate all points of view make them ideal for working through disagreements and helping parties resolve matters before anyone can so much as think ‘disagree to disagree’. Their love for others drives them towards near ethical perfection.
Constitutional Law: Virgo
Much like the Constitution, Virgos are big picture thinkers, but a little reserved upon first glance. You need to get to know them really well before they reveal all of their nuances. Virgos have exceptionally high standards and will hold all parties to the highest standard of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Scorpios are one of the most passionate and independent signs and are not afraid to stir the pot, or take it with them if it is a chattel that is purposeless after a land transfer. Scorpios are intuitive, which serves them well in categorising the various property interests their clients can snag from their opponents.
Administrative Law: Aquarius
Much like the facts of an administrative law case, each Aquarian is enigmatic and unique. It’s actually the Aquarians' aversion to being boxed in and labelled that allow them to blitz through the giant list of grounds any admin case may be pursued under. They understand how their client’s individual circumstances best fit into the equation.
Corporations Law: Leo
The bold and self-assured Leos are naturals at untangling company directors from the sticky situations they get themselves into. Leos will absolutely put themselves first, which makes them excellent at understanding the priorities of a company from the richest of shareholders to the lowliest of creditors.
Equity and Trusts: Pisces
Pisces are the psychics of the zodiac, and have the most intuitive sense of good and bad and right and wrong. This strong gut instinct makes them skilled at identifying inequitable outcomes in what seem like sound legal judgments, and they will not rest until those injustices are addressed. You can count on a Pisces to look after your estate and affairs.
Evidence and Criminal Law: Cancer
Emotive and sentimental, Cancers hate white lies and small talk and will cut right to the core of any issue. They can sense when they aren’t being told the full picture and will search high and low to find out the truth. Much like criminal law, they value individuals and will give anyone a chance provided that that person gives them the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Legal Theory/Research: Taurus
Represented by the bull, Taurus are known for being the hardest-working of all the signs and once set on an idea will not easily change their minds. It will take a lot of reading and talking and investigating into an idea or proposition before they so much as think about changing their perspective, but once they’ve got all their research in front of them, they’ll gladly present you with their conclusions.