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 on: January 22, 2015, 01:45:48 PM 
Started by Insurhent hag - Last post by Insurhent hag
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 on: January 22, 2015, 12:52:34 PM 
Started by cusc2011 - Last post by cusc2011
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 on: January 20, 2015, 11:49:23 PM 
Started by Lawbook - Last post by sophiajohn
If you complete your course then next step is to search for new job. Attend interviews conducted by reputed companies, that you interested in and try to perform as much as you can.

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 on: January 19, 2015, 04:40:09 PM 
Started by cusc2011 - Last post by cusc2011
Is there anyone on this site that have actually graduated from a DL or Foreign Law School in the last 3 yrs, I would love to hear from you.  I started on this site in 2011 and with an exception of 1 or 2 people nobody that post on this DL forum actually are graduates of  a DL program.  There is a lot of authorities on the subject but majority never completed the DL  route.  Fell free to inbox me.

I completed my LLB in 3 yrs in Summer 2014 and I just started my LLM from ABA approved school, I plan to take the Washington State or California bar exam.  Georgia has modified their admission rules in Oct 2014, it is now a possibility for LLM graduates.

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 on: January 15, 2015, 12:46:53 PM 
Started by doctorlaw - Last post by doctorlaw
One of the reasons that Canadians come to the U.S. to attend law school is that Canada only has about a dozen law schools, and they are all pretty competitive to get into. Someone with say, a 3.0/155 would probably not get into any Canadian law school, but they can get into a number of American schools.

After graduation they can return to the province in which they intend to practice, take additional classes in Canadian law, and qualify to article after about a year and a half. So yes, it is a longer route but it can work out. One of my best friends from law school went to law school in California and qualified for the British Columbia bar this way.
So America as a whole is the "safety school" ?

 46 
 on: January 15, 2015, 12:45:11 PM 
Started by NavyNYC - Last post by doctorlaw
I meant to say leaving active duty and transitioning into the reserve but mentally it feels like retirement from active duty. The idea of pursuing a JD/MBA has crossed my mind but that would ultimately cost more money since it wouldn't be entirely covered and it would also be very difficult to manage in addition to family life and my time commitment in the Navy Reserves.
You have to weigh that all in. I knew guys in the reserves in law school. Odds are on of your AT's will land during finals. It can get tricky.

I'm going to be BRUTALLY honest here about family stuff. Is anyone dieing? What's the issue with family?
I ask since VIRTUALLY ALL of the people who have issues at home FAIL law school.(especially if you are trying to go full time) It is a much larger commitment than most factor in. I'd resolve the issues at home first before enrolling. If that can't be done, don't do the JD. Just get a full time job to pay bills and get the MBA online. They also offer MSL degrees on line and CJ/paralegal masters online too if any of that interests you.

 47 
 on: January 15, 2015, 12:36:40 PM 
Started by NavyNYC - Last post by Maintain FL 350
I would only advise you to spend some serious time researching what each career path actually entails. You're trying to decide between two very different academic programs, which will result in very different careers. Think bout what your long term goals are and what you want out of life and a career.

Practicing law and working in business management are each going to result in different stresses, challenges, and rewards. Look into the job market for each, be realistic, and let your goals steer you.

As far as where to go, without an LSAT score everything is speculative. Places like NYU and Columbia are probably out with a 3.3 GPA unless you score off the charts on the LSAT. Assuming however, that you score similar to your practice scores NY-area schools like Fordham, St. John's, Yeshiva, Seton Hall, and plenty of others would be within reach.

Honestly though, just focus on the LSAT right now. It is such a huge factor that until you have an actual score on the board there isn't much point in focusing on specific schools. Your life experience and military service are good "soft factors", but the LSAT and GPA will dominate the admissions process.

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 on: January 15, 2015, 12:23:04 PM 
Started by doctorlaw - Last post by Maintain FL 350
One of the reasons that Canadians come to the U.S. to attend law school is that Canada only has about a dozen law schools, and they are all pretty competitive to get into. Someone with say, a 3.0/155 would probably not get into any Canadian law school, but they can get into a number of American schools.

After graduation they can return to the province in which they intend to practice, take additional classes in Canadian law, and qualify to article after about a year and a half. So yes, it is a longer route but it can work out. One of my best friends from law school went to law school in California and qualified for the British Columbia bar this way.

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 on: January 15, 2015, 12:00:04 PM 
Started by doctorlaw - Last post by Citylaw
One of my law school classmates came from Canada and went back to practice there not sure the specifics of how she did it,  but it was done. However, laws are Country Specific becoming an expert in American Constitutional Law, will not do much good in Canada as it has a different constitution. Tand purposes it is unwise to study law in a Country you do not plan on studying in. Therefore, I think for all intents it is wise to attend law school in the Country you want to practice in and if there are states as in the U.S. in the state you want to practice in.




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 on: January 15, 2015, 11:54:45 AM 
Started by NavyNYC - Last post by Citylaw
To sum it up I think a J.D. is the better degree, because you cannot be a lawyer without a law degree, but you can be a businessman without an M.B.A.

There are also many schools that offer joint J.D./M.B.A. programs and most schools will give you a huge discount on the M.B.A. if you are in the J.D. program.

Also with your background and a 3.3. and assuming you get a 160+ on the LSAT there will be a number of law schools that would offer you substantial scholarship money and if that is the case use the G.I. Bill for the M.B.A.

Essentially, if you have an interest in both there is no reason to not pursue both there is a lot of overlap between them and you can typically finish a J.D./M.B.A in four years. However, if you have to choose one do the J.D., because you CANNOT be a lawyer without a law license, and to get a law license you need a J.D. (I know there are a few crazy exceptions to this, but they are unlikely to apply.) 

Additionally, this is a great article that points some great points about how to choose a law school. http://www.legalmatch.com/choose-the-right-law-school.html


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