There is probably no more common desire than the ability to go back in time to correct one's mistakes. To use examples from the fascinating life of Jeff Goldblum, you could:
- Decline that invitation to the trial run of a dinosaur themed amusement park
- Check your laboratory for bugs before experimenting with teleportation, or alternatively, hire an assistant
- Suggest someone else lead the pod people away so the group can escape. Ideally, this person would be a bit faster than you.
Most lawyers are bound by more mundane hopes. The job is riddled with tiny-seeming pitfalls with potentially disastrous consequences. Every time you fall into one, you wish you could just call a mulligan and fix …