Well with 2k+ posts already, I'm sure you'll be here for a very long time. LOL. Till then. Ciao doll.
edit: if you really want to practice abroad you'd be better served going to a better ranked American program or strictly going to a foreign univesity--going to either the Vermont/Cergy or Detroit/Windsor program will cost you more money than necessary and won't open any more doors for you. If you want to practice in Paris, you'd be better off going to Paris I or just going to a top 14 law school. If you really want the JD/LLM combo look into the programs at Cornell and Columbia.
In terms of Canada, obviously Toronto has the strongest rep, but Windsor is a good institution--the Detroit degree won't open more doors for you here so if that is what you want, just go to Windsor. Keep in mind that the salaries for attorneys in Canada tend to be lower which is why many Canadians come over here to work/go to school.