« on: June 18, 2006, 08:53:14 PM »
Misery, do NOT retake the LSAT!! Please apply with the 172!! Most law schools will give you scholarships with a 172.
CIlover, I think it would be awesome to be able to do good that transcends national borders, at least from personal fulfillment standpoint. The only downside, if there is any, would be that sometimes int'l law is hard to enforce because some contries (US included)in recent decades have shown growing hostility toward any legal constraints upon their foreign policy.Gattomatto, international law does deal with the U.N. and multinational organizations. International law also involves ADR for disputes between countries about borders, international criminal law (like terrorism or drugs), and business transactions.
I like international law because I enjoy working with different cultures. I'm also interested in property/real estate law and education law.