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Current Law Students / Re: What the hell are schools in New Orleans doing?
« on: September 01, 2005, 11:22:33 AM »
I don't have any information but I just wanted to let the N.O. school students know that my thoughts are with you in this terribly scary and uncertain time.  That goes for anyone who is a resident of the areas hit or anyone who has family in the effected areas.

I am all over coffee supplemented by Diet Coke. . . and the occaisional binge on Swedish Fish.   ;D

Current Law Students / Re: are your classmates snobby a**holes?
« on: August 25, 2005, 07:05:11 PM »
Yikes!  I am sorry you are having such a crappy experience with your classmates.

Save for a few of my classmates, most have proven to be nice, friendly and sane.  The few that I can't stand either always have something to say and, of course, always say it with the tone of voice that says, "I know what I am saying is right," talk about their UG fraternity and are so impressed with themselves for the amount of drinking they did and still do or just naturally grate on my nerves.  I have befriended a few people that seem to be solid citizens and just ignore the rest. 

Current Law Students / Re: International Law
« on: July 22, 2005, 04:39:59 PM »
Sorry I wasn't more specific Irish.  I am very interested in International Trade and Corporate law.  I am well aware that "International Law" is very vague and all encompassing. 

I do have a background in French as well as in Russian.  Good to know - thanks!

Current Law Students / Re: International Law
« on: July 21, 2005, 12:26:57 PM »
Scott - I believe both you and I are headed to Widener PA this fall and I too am interested in International Law. 

For those of you who may have graduated or are getting ready to - I have background in two non-English languages and am hoping at some point (obviously not first year) to brush-up on them.  How important is being fluent in a foreign language when emlpoyment time in the international field comes around?

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