May 3, 2012 Leave a comment
Lawyers like to say the law is about stories, but I’m not so sure anymore. The last few contracts I drafted were lacking in narrative. In fact, my whole precedent collection is starting to look unoriginal. With clients shaping up to be characters as memorable as their ABNs, my law-story feels tired, like just another page of the Australian Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents that hasn’t been updated since 1992.
So when my local library offered a free storytelling workshop called “sell me a Story”, I signed up straight away. Read more of this post