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Where should I go next fall? / University of Louisville (Brandeis)
« on: March 26, 2008, 02:21:45 PM »
What's the legal market like in Louisville? Is this a good school compared to nearby schools like Cincinnati/Indiana/Kentucky/etc?

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Where should I go next fall? / Northern Illinois University
« on: March 02, 2008, 04:17:13 PM »
This is the only public law school around the Chicago area, can anyone tell me about the job prospects from NIU Law?

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Law School Applications / Law School in France?
« on: November 04, 2007, 10:03:26 AM »
How does law in France work? Is the "Master en droit" their equivalent to a J.D.? How would an American go about applying to law school in France, and also ending up practicing law there?

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Oh Canada! / Re: GPA for Canadian Law Schools
« on: November 01, 2007, 09:39:47 PM »
Anyone know anything about Quebec/French speaking law schools?

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Thank you seventhson... couldn't have said it better myself... What's more - foxnews? biased source much?

i know, right? Fox news? I'd rather get my news from cartoons.

Like Bill Maher?

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"wasting your time by talking to a professor"

Put this gem in your PS and you're a lock.

Pssh, why say that when I can make up some silly liberal crapola about saving Sub-Saharan Africa.

I guess everybody here is a brownnoser that walks up to professors and starts random ass conversations.

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Excellent! Then you do have a rec - your boss.

What's the problem?

I thought that you need two or three and that they had to be from professors :(

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...Law is a very social profession, and if you can't get even one person to vouch for you, that indicates that you may be antisocial. Seems to be a legitimate interest for Law Schools to have IMO.

That doesn't even make sense. If you do your work, take your tests, turn in your assignments, but never talk to a professor... that's anti-social? Never mind being in a fraternity and playing sports, being social requires wasting your time by talking to a professor? I can get my boss to vouch for me, since work requires you to talk to your boss.

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This is probably the worst way to pick a law school....

Do law schools mostly require them? I thought the process was basically GPA/LSAT... I don't see how letters of recommendation are important at all if you already have the GPA that shows you did well...

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