--ImageRemoved--Richie Tenenbaum wrote:Nom.
[edit: apparently I suck at transliterating. Googled a better version: Na'am]
Sorry guys. Someone had to do it... for teh lulz.
creamedcats wrote:Depends on your goals. You can obviously be successful without another language. Having one does increase your choices. I speak a second language and I'm certain it's not going to write me a ticket to a JD-required job without good grades.
It's more of a feather in your cap, the equivalent of a decent 'soft' in an LS application than it is a requirement, unless you want a specific overseas market etc.
doinmybest wrote:Kchuck wrote:dukelawguy144 wrote:I am as white, uncultured and as blue collar as they come lol. I hope we are not expected to know more than English
What SEC school did you go to?
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