Drawing upon philosophical thinking, Professor Suárez examines how we might develop skills and tools to maintain our “humanness” in an increasingly complex world and the importance of cultivating practices that produce harmony.
Anticipating change in the legal sector
Explore solutions and navigate the ongoing paradigm change
The COVID-19 crisis has seen videoconferencing move beyond the merely useful to become an absolutely essential tool for business and individuals. What are the ramifications of that change on privacy, security and trust?
What is the reason behind legal’s hesitancy to adopt legal tech? We explore three main reasons and how to overcome the challenge in simple steps.
Professor Manuel Lucena examines the important role that risk has played in globalization and human development and explores how perceptions of risk have changed over time.
Professor Anna Caballé examines the role biographies play in developing empathy, from the ancient world to their ongoing importance in our complex modern society.
Self-motivation lets you make the most of your emotions in order to set and achieve your goals, apply your strengths to overcome complicated situations, and continue to grow.
Personality studies of lawyers tend to find low sociability as a predominant character trait, which is associated with limited empathy skills.
Clearly expressing your opinions and what you want to communicate, utilizing all the tools at your disposal, will strengthen your standing and lend more consistency to what you say and convey.