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liangtaorwx

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Starting your successful legal career in emerging China?
« on: October 08, 2008, 02:20:47 AM »
Hi Dear Friends,

Would you like to improve your oral Chinese?
Would you like to have a general look of Chinese legal system?
Would you like to be a international lawyer in future?

I will help you. I am a native Chinese speaker and a paralegal in Beijing office of a top

20 U.S. law firm. I have past Chinese bar examation.

We could discuss on overall legal issues together every week via internet (icq,msn,etc.) or in face to face style if you are in Beijing now to improve our bilingual language skill and legal understanding. 

I believe we will have happy and fruitful time.

Look forward your feedback.

Please feel free to contact me:
msn:  liangtaorwx@hotmail.com


Regards,

Tim

PalmCoast

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Re: Starting your successful legal career in emerging China?
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2008, 01:11:40 PM »
lol

sluglaw

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Re: Starting your successful legal career in emerging China?
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2008, 03:43:20 PM »
Don't do it it's a trap!  Once you get there they'll force you to pour lead into foodstuffs 20 hours a day and then harvest your organs after you collapse from exhaustion!


Those of you who entered law school wanting to get into Biglaw and are having difficulties in this economy might want to consider applying.

liangtaorwx

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Re: Starting your successful legal career in emerging China?
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2008, 03:48:21 AM »
Please, my friend, I only wanted to find some firends to communicate with each other to improve ourself. It is not necessary to laugh at or be sensitive.

In my firm, there are many good boys from EU countries or US living a good life in Beijing.

You have right to go to NY office if you can get a chance, but this is not bad for others to have some experience abroad. 

Again, please respect youself before your speaking.