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So I just got done looking at the University of Denver's website, and their "Lawyering in Spanish" program is fascinating to me. I am fluent in Spanish and would love the opportunity to develop a legal career wherein I would be working with Spanish speaking clients either on a national or international level. The only problem is that Colorado is very low on my list of places to study. I would prefer to study in a massive, cosmopolitan city like New York, Chicago, POSSIBLY DC or Miami. Does anyone know if universities around there offer any programs? If not, how difficult would it be, considering I would have credentials as a bilingual lawyer, to gain mobility from Denver and move to one of these areas to practice law after law school?
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I'm sure those schools offer study abroad programs in Spanish speaking countries but I couldnt tell you about specific bilingual lawyering programs. But I would tell you to check Miami's website. Their heavy Latino population could have urged them to construct a program like that.
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