Theme Problems on Opinions on High

Apologies to all readers for the strange display issues. This change happened automatically a few days ago, and seem to be part of either a WordPress or University of Melbourne blog platform update that we were not told about, and did not approve. Unfortunately due to the University’s platform restrictions we also cannot manually change the theme at the moment. We are aware that the page is not functioning properly and is not easy to read, and that the pictures of cacti don’t make a lot of sense. Rest assured we hope to fix this and revert to the old theme shortly.

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About Martin Clark

Martin Clark is a PhD Candidate and Judge Dame Rosalyn Higgins Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Research Fellow at Melbourne Law School. He holds honours degrees in law, history and philosophy from the University of Melbourne, and an MPhil in Law from MLS. While at MLS, he worked as a researcher for several senior faculty members, was a 2012 Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, tutor at MLS and various colleges, a Jessie Legatt Scholar, and attended the Center for Transnational Legal Studies Program.

5 thoughts on “Theme Problems on Opinions on High

  1. Cactuses.

    We speak English here not Latin, get in your time machine and go back to where you came from!


  2. Perhaps the cactuses are not completely apt. But, on the other hand, they show a certain beautiful symmetry along with sharpness and they might be difficult or dangerous to handle if one is not careful — like judgments of the HC of A — not to mention some bloggers.

  3. Perhaps when dealing with legal issues a more thorny cactus might be a more appropriate image.

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