« on: November 14, 2008, 11:19:33 AM »
Nobody "majors" in anything in law school, except for substance abuse.
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they have a good program, but the culture wasn't for me.
What did you not like about the culture there?
I plan to visit later this fall. To be honest, I do not know very much about their program, but I love DC and have always wanted to live there...even if its only for the 3 years of law school. What did you think of the programs they have? Thanks.
My read is that OP has a desktop and wants to know whether he/she should buy a laptop in addition.
If this is the case, I think you can get by without a laptop...
I have a friend that did two years at LSE and then finished off her third year at USC in california - their program gives you an LLB from LSE and a JD from USC.
LSE, being in England, teaches common law, same as the US. Hence the problem for me in Geneva, which uses civil law. I guess I could go to LS in England, but that would defeat part of the purpose of becoming completely bilingual (rather than mostly bilingual, and Quebecois at that.) Granted, that's one more pressure I'm not sure I want to undertake - LS in Parisian French.