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My mom made me apply. :(

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Because prestige of institution = happiness? :o

:D

Obviously you have to have some issues if you're gonna call someone a troll for no reason.

No, but it does = smug sense of superiority  :D

Just kidding.

And I was calling you a troll because of this whole "I filed as an African-American" schtick.  You are either a clever troll, a deceitful opportunist, or just a complete moron.  So I was actually giving you the benefit of the doubt. 

But I'm just a bitter, 24-year-old coot...  ;)

Can I take all of the above? But I'm just messing around, although truly I did change my ethnicity to African-American to better reflect my identity. You old dawg you, that's the age I'll be when I finish law school (if I decide to not go to France and stay in Amerika, otherwise I'll be 25). Good luck to all in the thread, even Jefferson with his asskissing. :D

Ms. finally, we should talk more, you are a Ms. yes? )>'.')>

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Because prestige of institution = happiness? :o

:D

Obviously you have to have some kind of chip on your shoulder if you're gonna call someone a troll for no reason.

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Law School Rankings / Re: Top Environmental Law Programs
« on: May 24, 2006, 09:45:56 PM »
I've been accepted into Vermont. Is the general consensus that most people attending there are doing it for the env program?>

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Yeah, I just remember being yelled at in grade school.  I agree that the people collecting statistics are coming along.  I always feel pressured to put black because I think if I don't than that somehow means I'm ashamed.  And I'm certainly not!

Werd. Black pride sister!
And I didn't "decide out of the blue" that I was Black, I've known it for a long time but I thought it'd be nice to have it on paper for once.  :)

I wasn't saying u were doing that ( I think someone else  a few posts lower was implying that tho)

LOL Black pride sister, sorry I can be a bit militant sometimes!   :-[ :D ;)

Haha I know, sorry I should have been more clear that I wasn't referring to you.

But still Black pride!  >:(

Don't worry about it!!!  Trust me, I get a little hot around the collar on these threads sometimes. To validate you- That implication was a little mean. so from me to you, let it go.   
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Hey Toogie, where do u live anyway (state)?

Aww thanks, you're sweet.

I live in California but will either move to Canada or France. I've been accepted into a few intl dual degree programs. I'm very into comparative legal systems and I'd love to learn both the common and civil bodies of law. I wish to practice in either Paris or Toronto. :)

I dunno I'm pretty young for a starting law student (21) and I just have big dreams that's why I ignore dorks like Jay who are probably older and more bitter sadly.  :-\

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Yeah, I just remember being yelled at in grade school.  I agree that the people collecting statistics are coming along.  I always feel pressured to put black because I think if I don't than that somehow means I'm ashamed.  And I'm certainly not!

Werd. Black pride sister!
And I didn't "decide out of the blue" that I was Black, I've known it for a long time but I thought it'd be nice to have it on paper for once.  :)

I wasn't saying u were doing that ( I think someone else  a few posts lower was implying that tho)

LOL Black pride sister, sorry I can be a bit militant sometimes!   :-[ :D ;)

Haha I know, sorry I should have been more clear that I wasn't referring to you.

But still Black pride!  >:(

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: New England or Detroit...?
« on: May 24, 2006, 08:43:22 PM »
I was actually admitted to Vermont and still considering it.

Besides environmental law, how does Vermont hold up?

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Yeah, I just remember being yelled at in grade school.  I agree that the people collecting statistics are coming along.  I always feel pressured to put black because I think if I don't than that somehow means I'm ashamed.  And I'm certainly not!

Werd. Black pride sister!
And I didn't "decide out of the blue" that I was Black, I've known it for a long time but I thought it'd be nice to have it on paper for once.  :)

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Oh Canada! / Re: Extended Time Program VS Full Time Program
« on: May 24, 2006, 07:22:54 PM »
I'm an American who plans on attending Windsor in the Fall. That said, I find it really wierd that a "part-time" program at an American law school is 4 years and that the extended option at Canadian law schools is up to 6 years. Both fulltime are still 3 though. I dunno, that doesn't answer your question but it'd be nice if someone could explain on top of that.

However IMO, you should do the fulltime option if you're seriously considering a whole new career change into law. If you were just doing it for the extra degree, to work in a different dept at your company or for promotion reasons, the part time would be for you.

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Oh Canada! / Re: Another Can. v. U.S. Law Schools Topic
« on: May 24, 2006, 07:18:43 PM »
Stop signing your posts lol. >:[

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