good to see everybody! andrew? you're a miracle worker somehow. let us know what we can do to help you keep this site up! it's a valuable resource!!
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greg, i could kiss you!! of course that's after gettign permission from your wife/gf. lol!
but that really helped! althought i'm guessing, as in accordance to the chart, that the states they put up are the ones that have to have specific requirements met or something to that effect?
thanks for all your help greg! it's beyond appreciated!!
i know i know...deep down i know he has just as much right to publish that as i would to write an opinion back about him. and i agree, he is protected by the first amendment. but at the same time, it brings up the age old question, 'what about journalistic responsibility?' along w/other questions i don't really wanna get into today...i think this jerk was enough. *sigh*
I wonder if my fellow Devils have heard about/read this article yet? It is a dammmmmmm good thing that we are nowhere near that author or the state of MA or that campus. He is so lucky right now that we're not at his dorm room door with pitch forks in hand...and they wouldn't be there to show school spirit either.
I have 1/2 a mind to write that 'bendejo' (NOT pendejo...) and give him a serious piece of my mind! not only was that article written in bad taste? i don't think it should've been allowed to be published at all! i realize some people must be thinking whatever sentiments this guy wrote, but for those of us who were either his family, friends, or just chance encounters, he should've taken that into account FIRST. journalists are supposed to have SOME sense of responsibility and integrity when they write correct??
that just really hurt to read that today...
thx greg. i went to the chart, but it was a little confusing. i'm still not sure what the term itself is referring to? but i think i have a little better understanding of what's needed of me if i choose to go to one school then practice somewhere else. some of the states were kinda confusing, though. :- but oh well...i'll figure it out one day. lol
thanks again greg!
i agree w/you only, but to kinda clarify (did you by chance see the school board w/the current sudent, btw?), i've been told that this is just applying to the satellite campuses that they'd like to start doing classes from. not the main one in lansing where everything is now. of course i could be wrong! any clarifications?
hmmm. i'll have to ask my sister-in-law about that. but i think she was talking about how it is after law school when you're looking to move out of the state where you went to law school in. does this apply w/WI, MN, and the dakotas as well? thanks for your time in answering.
does anybody know how that works at all? all i know is that my sister-in-law who's a judge in indianapolis told me to think about that if i decided to apply to any schools in our home state.
can anybody shed some light on this topic and what implications it has on the school i choose and where i eventually end up working? thanks!
asu, you would not BELIEVE how many times i wish they had a cent sign on here! lol
as for the UN? i don't even try to really keep up with them like i used to when i was younger. i don't have the respect and admiration for them that i used to. so! i guess i'll be waiting like the rest of the world to see how they categorize everybody again sometime soon eh? :p
glad to see you've chilled. can't have a fellow alumna getting bad press!! lol
check out the reciprocity rules in indiana and maybe even california (or any other state that's accepted you) before you decide to go to indiana. i think they're kinda tough, according to my sister in law who's a judge back there. she graduated from there 10yrs ago. that might influence your decision.
hope that little bit helps.