The AF uses Lexis for legal research, and we've (paralegals) been told to use it sparingly, like they'd KNOW if we were abusing it. OK, big brother!
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Don't be a condescending jackass, Kayak. I already found those links for myself and have printed materials from the Army JAG Corps. However, none of the materials discuss G.P.A. So, I thought someone on this board might have some insight into that aspect.
This is a question for the female law students. I'm wondering if any of you has thought of whether or not you plan to have a family (i.e., kids) at some point early on in your law career and if so, do you plan to continue working full-time once you've had a baby, or do you intend to quit, or work part-time, or what?
I want to attend law school and become a lawyer, but I also want to have children sometime in my late 20s and I want to be there for them (i.e., not hand them off to a nanny to raise), so I'm not sure how to reconcile this...
Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!
I guess thinkerbox was trying to sell me something?
Well, I appreciate your comments rapunzel. They were very thoughtful. I will try Massachusettes, I guess. If I could sue Roger Williams to get my money back, believe me I would!
Has anyone read "Getting to Maybe" before taking exams? How did you feel it effected your results? I'd like to buy the book, but I don't want to have my time wasted.