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May 02, 2012

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Angus Mackay

As an ex-lawyer I suggest that if you don't have time to be creative whilst studying law then you almost certainly won't have time for such pursuits at all when you are practising. I hope I'm proved wrong.

Karen Storey

I loved the description of Carrington's book- I'm very much looking forward to reading it. Also, thank you for the creativity idea. I was a dance teacher until a few years ago and I miss the creative side. I intend to try and find ten minutes each day just to work on my own bit of choreography - hopefully this will help feep me sane!

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