Mr Lawyer man - cairns
Mr Lawyer Man is not a lawyer, and cannot offer legal advice for any enquiry.
Mr Lawyer Man is Paul Jackson, a 4th year law student in Cairns, Australia. Mr Lawyer Man is a registered trademark in Australia, and a registered business name with ASIC.
Paul continues to operate his Jacko online marketing, and Google SEO business, while studying.
The purpose of this website is to be an assembly of vocabulary, ideas, examples, observations, essays and thinking around legal ideas which may help readers with problem solving. This website is an idea towards making legal ideas accessible. There are more and more excellent resources and case notes published by practicing lawyers, and they are all part of providing access to justice, and access to the law. Therefore, the Mr Lawyer Man website is adding to that space and exists to publish and share assignments, and ideas, while Mr Lawyer Man is a student at JCU in Cairns.
Making a Will in Queensland, like many common law jurisdictions, requires the Will to fulfil the writing and execution requirements of section 10 of the Succession Act 1981 (Qld).
R v Kina was a tragic miscarriage of justice, largely caused by the legal system, and her legal representatives in Cairns. Robyn Bella Kina's conviction was ultimately quashed, but not before she had spent years in jail....
Obtaining digital evidence is one thing, it is another thing to get that evidence. Technical and jurisdictional impediments, together with the self interest of corporations that operate across sovereign borders, presents Australian courts...
Options Solve Problems
Another purpose of this site is to help the reader create options by thinking about legal concepts which open up all sides of a problem. Your side, the other side. One way of doing this is by applying an ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) principle of putting the dispute to one side, and joining with the other side to tackle the problem with a common goal in mind, and solve the problem together. See blogs page for an essay about this.
Students of law are progressively introduced to the fundamental nuts and bolts of law which hold the legal machine together, and provide options to solve problems. Key ideas which crop up often are reasonableness, legitimacy, precedent, interpretation, perspective, context, options, remedies, factual matrix, foreseeability, proportionality, significant or material harm, and the difference between a subjective and objective view.
An ability to create options is a good way to help anyone solve a problem. Solving a problem without getting too deep into the legal system appears from many angles the best win. Less financial cost, less emotional cost.
The more options anyone has to solve a problem, the more likely the problem is likely to be solved.
Hopefully the Mr Lawyer Man website may provide ideas to consider when you're trying to solve your problem, and find a solution. If nothing else, the Mr Lawyer Man website is a platform to share assignments, which after being marked tend to sit alone in the dark. Good ideas should be shared. Hopefully there are some good ideas here.
Mr Lawyer Man / Paul Jackson. Last update: April 2020.
* Note this website is in a permanent state of work in progress, and is intended for personal use only.