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Practicing in South America
« on: December 05, 2005, 07:28:20 PM »
I posted this in the Student & Graduate section, but it looks like there is alot more activity on the Pre-Law.

I have heard some American law firms have offices in South America, most notably in Argentina and Brazil. I was wondering if someone could provide any names and give a little more insight into the salaries, hours, and type of work done at these firms.

Also, are there any other opportunities available in South America where an American law degree would be advantageous?

Are there any schools or course work that are better suited for international law?