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Law Society

Postby sorbonnelawsociety » Fri Aug 27, 2010 8:10 pm

This association aims to gather law students from major universities across the world so as to learn in a different way and to extend this influence in our future life as lawyers by creating strong links with law students all over the world.
To do so we have made partnerships with the Student Law Society and with student's association in major universities in every continent. Among those universities : Aberdeen, Alger, Athens, Berlin, Beyrouth, Bogota, Bombay, Cairo, Cambridge, Chili, Denver, Geneva, Harvard, Kent, Leeds, Madrid, Manchester, Oxford, Seattle, Seoul, Sophia, Stanford, Sydney, Teheran, UCLA, USC, Westminster, Warwick, Yale.

Our goals :


To put law students and professionals in touch across the world

This website's first practital end is to help students in their legal research (common law, comparative law, international law…). Moreover, the students can learn about other legal cultures and exchange with foreign students thanks to our different sections (international news, forum…)

The creation of an international magazine written by law professionals and students of the participanting universities.

The establishement of links between students to facilitate exchanges and meetings (by a "Brother-Sister" system in partnership with the Student Law Society of foreign universities.

The organization of lectures (with the intervention of international speakers)

The planning of parties and students'events

The organisation of more informal gatherings (competitions)

Internships offers in France and abroad in collaboration with our partners.


Welcome, join us …

Pip
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Re: Law Society

Postby Pip » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:31 pm

sorbonnelawsociety wrote:This association aims to gather law students from major universities across the world so as to learn in a different way and to extend this influence in our future life as lawyers by creating strong links with law students all over the world.
To do so we have made partnerships with the Student Law Society and with student's association in major universities in every continent. Among those universities : Aberdeen, Alger, Athens, Berlin, Beyrouth, Bogota, Bombay, Cairo, Cambridge, Chili, Denver, Geneva, Harvard, Kent, Leeds, Madrid, Manchester, Oxford, Seattle, Seoul, Sophia, Stanford, Sydney, Teheran, UCLA, USC, Westminster, Warwick, Yale.

Our goals :


To put law students and professionals in touch across the world

This website's first practital end is to help students in their legal research (common law, comparative law, international law…). Moreover, the students can learn about other legal cultures and exchange with foreign students thanks to our different sections (international news, forum…)

The creation of an international magazine written by law professionals and students of the participanting universities.

The establishement of links between students to facilitate exchanges and meetings (by a "Brother-Sister" system in partnership with the Student Law Society of foreign universities.

The organization of lectures (with the intervention of international speakers)

The planning of parties and students'events

The organisation of more informal gatherings (competitions)

Internships offers in France and abroad in collaboration with our partners.


Welcome, join us …


Sounds like a scam to me... If it were legit one would expect it to have registered the name s-lawsociety.org not .com which is reserved for commercial sites. I suspect there is a couple of French computer nerd sitting by a computer terminal trying to phish information from people with this website.

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Re: Law Society

Postby 20160810 » Mon Aug 30, 2010 7:18 pm

Looks scammy. Sailors be warned.




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