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Pursuing an LLM / Re: Cardozo v. Houston
« on: March 31, 2007, 12:15:09 AM »
Yeah, DOZO definitely since Tawainese people will fit in sooo well at a predominatley jewish school. yeaaahhh!!!! good call.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Any LL.M. programs accept non-ABA grads?
« on: March 31, 2007, 12:06:18 AM »
International tax online..... wow..... you are just the kind of guy we want working for our large high paying law firm. Yeah, me too, I earned my B.A. from the University of Phoenix online.... crazy frat parties on chat rooms... man, we got our balls hazed off on google mail... you're definitely a shoo in at our firm.


Pursuing an LLM / Re: Please help!!!
« on: March 31, 2007, 12:00:48 AM »
KSpW, why bother responding to the post. Could you sound any more unsure?!?! uhhhhhh, i think that this school maybe is good or bad??!!!?

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Getting in to the LLM programme in the States
« on: March 30, 2007, 11:55:34 PM »

I hear the Lincoln's Inn merged with the people who own Holiday Inn. Has that had any impact on the quality of your degree? Well at least you get a free continental breakfast and wake up call before you go to work.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: CAn I practice
« on: March 30, 2007, 11:48:06 PM »
I live in GA, USA.... WTF, total deutch.. is it really necessary to put USA after the state. Mass. USA, reallllllyyyyy????? I wasn't sure if it was Mass. USA or Mass.,  Afghanistan... thanks for clarifying a-hole.


I don't know much about heterodox programs, however, I do know a lot about heterobot 2000 programs. In case you're not familiar, it's law programs for futuristic robots. I enrolled last Fall and I must tell you that it's pretty competitive. You see, I'm one of the few non robotic students(NRS) which totally earned me a full ride and all but it's tough because these majority robotic types can memorize outlines in like one hour. A fifty page Tort outline can take a NRS like me up to three weeks, but a actual robot can word process the info lickity split. Fortunately for me, the law school allocates 20% of the law review spots for NRS's like me, therefore, I'm only competing against non robots like myself. Anyways, bepobebpobepo.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Miami - Real Estate LLM
« on: March 30, 2007, 11:37:19 PM »
Don't waste your money. You're not going to learn *&^% from a real estate LLM. Sitting in class for another year playing solitaire isn't going to get you a lot of practical experience. Don't buy into the prestife of a LLM, unless you are going into tax law. I'd look down on a guy who got his LLM in real estate. I'd think total feminine hygiene product bag. Money is impressive, not degress on your wall.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: WUSL or Vanderbilt?
« on: March 30, 2007, 11:31:54 PM »

Really, you're friends in China told you that WUSTL was the best choice. So that should be really authoritative huh, your chinese friends. Since they know a lot about American law schools. When I have a question about things in America, I like to ask people from China what their opinion is, only because they know so much about American culture. Hooold the phone, Hong Kong hires a lot of American law students, that's why we should listen to our Chinese friends about what is the best law school to attend. Since Hong Kong recruits sooooooo heavily from WUSTL that would definitely be the best choice. WUSTL it is.

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