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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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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: New England or Detroit...?
« on: May 24, 2006, 06:43:22 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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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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Canadian Law Students / Re: Another Can. v. U.S. Law Schools Topic
« on: May 24, 2006, 05:18:43 PM »
Stop signing your posts lol. >:[

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: New England or Detroit...?
« on: May 24, 2006, 05:17:30 PM »
If you DEF. want to stay in the Northeast than NESL should be your choice. That said, UDM has more weight in Detroit and Michigan in general than NESL has in the New England area.

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I've already been accepted to law school in France.  ::)

And you could say the same thing about undergraduate education as well? Or an MBA program, or med school, applying for a job, etc etc. I just posted this because I was quite surprised that when I went to get my replacement SS card that they had me down for Caucasian.

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I think I'll do this. 

You should embrace who you are my brother.

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What I'm not Black enough for you? My lighter skin doesn't hold up? That's racist.
Besides I look Black, I look nothing like either of my parents.

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