I have no clue where I want to work or live. Help!

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Lomax
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Re: I have no clue where I want to work or live. Help!

Postby Lomax » Thu Jan 21, 2010 2:50 am

superflush wrote:
Lomax wrote:My List


It appears that you like Florida


Good guess. I would actually put Singapore ahead of Miami/South Florida by quite some distance, but there is no chance of me (or most of the rest of us) practicing law there. I believe that their bar association recognizes degrees from only Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and NYU out of all those awarded by law schools in the US, though it is quite accepting of graduates of UK law schools.

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Re: I have no clue where I want to work or live. Help!

Postby englawyer » Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:21 am

Lomax wrote:
superflush wrote:
Lomax wrote:My List


It appears that you like Florida


Good guess. I would actually put Singapore ahead of Miami/South Florida by quite some distance, but there is no chance of me (or most of the rest of us) practicing law there. I believe that their bar association recognizes degrees from only Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and NYU out of all those awarded by law schools in the US, though it is quite accepting of graduates of UK law schools.


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interestingly enough, only these schools make the cut:

* Harvard University;
* Columbia University;
* New York University; or
* University of Michigan;

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Re: I have no clue where I want to work or live. Help!

Postby rickter » Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:48 pm

swheat wrote:
leckj wrote:
swheat wrote:Seattle
Portland
SF Bay Area
San Diego
NYC

everywhere else is flyover country

Terrible answer. You put in PORTLAND but leave out DC, Atlanta, Chicago, Austin, Boston, etc etc etc?


DC might make my list...barely.

Chicago, Austin, Boston, Atlanta are all most decidedly off my list. I take it you've never visited Portland?


I've been to Portland. it's nice and everything, but not better than
LA
OC
DC

I'd live in any of those three areas over Portland, and I don't even really like LA




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