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STUDY LAW IN AUSTRALIA
« on: July 25, 2003, 04:37:21 AM »
I don't know if anyone here has given it any thought but you've got to be crazy, if you don't want to study law in Australia. What more could be handed to you on a silver platter. Our teachers are US Lectures anyway.
The reason why i suggest Law in Australia is study is all butt free and in some instances it is free altogether. In fact you don't even need to come to Australia to study for next to nothing . Just go to:
http://www.ola.com.au
(this is a Australian Government funded program)
remember the price is in $AU, to convert to USA go to ebay conversion site or basically halve the cost of $AU and that will give you an approximate.
There are ample jobs in Australia in every city and town. Heaps of government grants to get you started. In fact if you want to apply direct to a University and pay more, I suggest you go to http://www.scu.edu.au
Southern Cross University in NSW.
If you want to know more email me. The average Lawyer is paid US$50,000p/ann. Even a paralegal gets as much as a Lawyer they get AU$85,000 and are like hens teeth to find. If you are up to date with the court systems able to write briefs so on. I'll find you a job in Brisbane Australia - just email me.
clnelson@optusnet.com.au
and I'll do my best to help you and get you here. Make sure you have a passport and a work visa and I'll find you a nice place to stay before you get here.
Good luck with it
Christine
PS: To find out more about our jobs:
Brisbane - Qld
http://www.couriermail.com.au
Sydney Qld
http://www.sydneymorningherald.com.au


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Re: STUDY LAW IN AUSTRALIA
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2003, 10:11:42 AM »
Thanks for the great info.  I am sure that all of the people here will keep Austrailia in mind, and especially to be able to make so much cash on the side (USD 50,000).  Are you an Austrailian lawyer or just a good marketing representative?  8)
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