So you need a lawyer. ........ I got more done pro se. Needless to say FSU is no longer on my list of possible law schools to even apply to.
Quote from: legalized on December 27, 2009, 02:51:59 AMSo you need a lawyer. ........ I got more done pro se. Needless to say FSU is no longer on my list of possible law schools to even apply to. Thanks for your response. Actually, I have been looking for a lawyer for while but I have not found one yet. There are two difficulties"1) Most of the lawyers do not familiar to the academic regulation and university policy. They also think that the university is a giant in legal fighting.2) I am an international guy and have no much network to find a lawyer who is specified in the academic case.I found the limitation for civil case is 2 years in USA (I think my case belong to the civil case). I have very limited time to find a lawyer who may help me. I am going to start my case by PRO-SE. Meanwhile, I have more time to find a lawyer.That is why I ask the law student to help me before I find the lawyer.It is highly appreciated if anyone who can help me or give me some advice for the PRO-SE case.Sincerelyfsumiscon@live.com
You need to find a lawyer. A law student cannot help you in any capacity unless there is a supervising lawyer on the case already. There is no way around this, you must get a practicing lawyer.