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The New Rules on SGEI

Niilo Jääskinen


The Greek poet Archilochus said that “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing”. Hence, the hedgehog knows everything about something – the fox knows a little about everything. An Advocate General is a fox by nature. This places him in a tricky situation when addressing an audience of highly qualified experts. The risk of inadvertent banalities and unsound generalisations is high. Furthermore, an Advocate General, when speaking


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