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Current Law Students / Re: Scholarships?
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:40:35 AM »
Thank you, everyone, for answering my question.  I'll just try my best and see what is out there.


Good luck.

Current Law Students / Re: 1L Summer Jobs in Government
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:39:31 AM »
Working in DC is great and it is a wonderful experience to see how the world and our government work.  I am working there this summer and am very excited about it.  You need to be sure to have your applications in early.  I believe the CIA begins looking in early October and the rest have deadlines in and around February.  I am working for NSA and I am so excited about it.  I am hoping that I can use some of their software to find out directly where this so called “lover of women” is and have him taken care of.  I have two other classmates that are working for the judiciary committee on the Hill.   

Oh yea…Lover of Women…As far as the excess money goes, I worked on Wall Street for a few years after college and you will be a little fish in a big pond next to those boys.  Get ready to write briefs and memos for 70 hours a week and still not afford the Jitney Bus to the Hamptons or get any girl to look your way…you are such a loser. 

I'm already quite comfortable in terms of income.  But thanks for your concern.

While LoverOfWomen has posted like 84 irrelevant girly pictures on every conceivable law school thread, he misses his one opportunity to justifiably achieve his goal of lightening the mood without being completely off-topic.  This was his chance to suggest "Studying a broad [insert pic]." 

You forgot to file your motion ubercounselor.  I'm afraid it's too late now. 

Better luck in your law career...
(If anyone is wondering, I am obliged to include that because Lover thinks every comment on here is a direct result of their poor skills as an attorney)

No, Andrew asked me not to post any more pictures of beautiful women.  While I disagreed with him, I respect his decision as an administrator on this board.  Much as I would have liked to conduct  an analysis of the various additional pleasures one can gain from residence in a foreign country, I voluntarily declined.

Stop responding when you don't have the whole story, Leafie.   It's terribly unattractive.

Current Law Students / Re: USNEWS: Schools jumping at least 3 spots
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:33:58 AM »
Because I can tell one when I see one... and Mr. Leaf is wearing a Boston hat in his picture.

haha, that must be one reason I find him annoying.  Ah well, it's destiNY then.

I'd respond to Leafie, but all he did was play the "I know you are, but what am I?" game.

Current Law Students / Re: Abortion
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:31:17 AM »
OOOOHHHHH!!!  In my face!!!

Do you plan on using that in your post [school you won't confess] poo-eating career??


Oh no.  I'd concede it to you,  the expert on feces and other vile waste matter.

Current Law Students / Re: LoverOfWomen = @ # ! * i n g Sick
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:29:00 AM »
That's like posting background music because it musically contributes to discourse.  I would find that terribly annoying on a law school board. Though I'm sure your self-righteous response would be:

"Because you hate beautiful music."

I'm quite curious.  Why would beautiful music disrupt a law school conversation?  If anything, it would elevate the mind and soul.  We could all do with more beauty.

Current Law Students / Re: New York Law
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:27:22 AM »
Did you just call someone a "commoner"?

Freaking awesome.  This just gets better all the time. I have never seen someone try as hard to compensate as you.  You are as detached from reality as they come.  Like the above poster I am becoming fascinated with you.  Please tell  us about yourself:

Play any sports?  Favorite countries visited?  What are your friends like?  Do you have friends?  Any meaningful relationships with real live flesh and blood people?  Were you abused?  What was high school like?  Where do you hang out?  Do you masturbate a lot?  Most embarrassing moment?  One true love?  Favorite music?  Why in hell would you want to spend time in the Hamptons?  Do you have a website?  Do you play an instrument?  Why do you like this message board SO much when no one likes you (I'll give you the benefit of understatement here)?  What do you do with the fraction of your day left over after bickering with strangers on the internet (and porn)?

Please share.

I think you're taking an unhealthy interest in me, but I'll amuse you.

I play tennis and golf.  My favorite country is the U.K.; I'm really quite the Anglophile.  Most of my closest friends are from college and most of them share my aesthetic philosophy.  I've only been occasionally abused by the odd philistine who doesn't know Monet from Manet.  I attended a dull, moralistic prep school.  I'm not telling you where I hang out.  I masturbate from time to time.  My most embarrassing moment was listening to some old bag talk about her cancer; she was hideous and it was distressing to see something so ugly.  "One true love" is a ridiculously bourgeoise cliche; I don't believe in restricting love or any other emotion.  I find Wagner's opera divine.  The Hamptons are an excellent place for leisure and leisure is the highest human good.  I find the creatures here amusing.  In my remaining time, I usually sleep, dabble with paints, go for walks, have wonderful conversations, constantly indulge beauty and pleasure, and on occasion, complete some trivial assignment.

Oh come on, you wily Lover Of Women, you.  It's been five minutes.  Respond already!  Are you taking a porn break?  Engaging in your richly rewarding life outside of this message board?  No, on second thought I guess that wouldn't be mathematically possible would it?  Well nevermind about the having a life bit, that might have been a bit of a stretch.  Just hurry back and placate my curiosity or I'll have to do something drastic like work on an outline.

What would you know about the "mathematically possible"?  I'm no mathematician, but I don't think you are either.

And why are you working on an outline?  Organizing information is simple and tedious.

Other benefits worthwhile?

The 'experience' is probably a good reason for a younger student. Myself, having lived in Asia for five years in my 20s and having become bilingual while there, I'm looking at this for the possible practical value.

It's a good year away, so I haven't started really looking into the academics of the various options, and in fact this is the launch pad of my "research". At this point, I just want to see if there is anyone out there who has done this before, or anyone who can speak on its long term benefits.

  • Is it really worth it as a networking opportunity?
  • Does it have major added value on 'the resume'?
  • Is the legal education solid and different enough to be worth skipping out from a semester of your home school?
  • What unique problems occur in doing this?
  • Thoughts from anyone who has done one of these programs?

1) Networking is always important and I'm sure you could use this as an opportunity to get your foot in some sweet doors.  But these sort of short-term alliances are more effective in emerging markets (anywhere in China, for example), whereas the list of places you give have established business communities where one semester may not be sufficient to build strong contacts.  It can't hurt to try, though.

2) Added value on resume?  Probably not.

3) Depends on the exact nature of the program.  I'd talk to the coordinator at your law school (assuming there's one).  Better yet, buy a beer for someone at your school who did go abroad and get the scoops.

4) Again, depends on the program, depends on your school.

5) Can't say.  I know only one person who went away, but it was mostly a sightseeing tour for them; not much in terms of immediate practical advantages.

Current Law Students / Re: Abortion
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:06:18 AM »
I am personally more offended by the photos, which is why I responded on this topic.  You, on the other hand are a pathetic hack with nothing better to do.

For a "lover of women" you sure spend a mindboggling amount of time on the intern...  Oh wait.  I get it now.

Good ad hom.  Do you plan to use that in your post-LSU janitorial career?

Current Law Students / Re: Government Law Jobs
« on: April 05, 2006, 05:04:42 AM »
Eh, CIA is not so prestigious any more.

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