Quote from: LaneSwerver on April 04, 2005, 06:55:03 AMQuote from: oromilco on April 03, 2005, 07:32:38 PMwhat about cyber law? Or is there such a thing Only on Star Trek.I take it that means "no". Sorry that I am not as informed as you are.
Quote from: oromilco on April 03, 2005, 07:32:38 PMwhat about cyber law? Or is there such a thing Only on Star Trek.
what about cyber law? Or is there such a thing
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.
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned it yet (or they won't fess up to being the treehugger - actually I'm a seal hugger - that I am), but I'm most likely to focus on environmental law. I'm particularly interested in law focused on the Endangered Species Act and the Marine Mammal Protection Act (the idea of trying to work through the legal conundrum that occurs with multiple interacting endangered species gets me disturbingly excited). I work for NOAA now and am realizing my interest lies less in the research side, and more in the policy/environmental litigation side.I figure I'll either end up back with the govt, or end work for an organization like the Center for Biological Diversity, SUEING the govt