i don't study any history, i needed to know all that to enter law school, because we had such questions at the qualifying test (history and political science)
Really? All I had was some essay question about what I thought of having a register of sex offenders or something like that, and an interview. If I'd been quizzed on general knowledge...
What else did you have to do to enter law school? I'm curious to know.
later at law school we had history course for a year, but it mainly focused on legal aspects, not wars and stuff, and mostly of selected countries: Poland ofc, USA, UK, France, Germany, Russia (bits of Switzerland and Austria as well). There was a separate subject "History of law in South America" but it was an option subject and I chose something else.
Was the course about the legal systems and traditions of those countries? I had a comparative legal tradition course in undergrad which most people hated but which I thought was really fun.
i fluked them all 3, based on Brazilian historical novelas that I watch religiously and previous fluked answers
He marked your answers already? I don't know why he's making me wait so long for me to get my grade.
I don't want to sound confusing but that person can have a lil fun with you despite not being female.
First dump your Swiss muscletard guardian, then I'll offer security services of my soft sexually confused body.
Oh my god.
Lived there for 12 months. Taught English. Contrary to username, did not achieve national recognition.
I feel like I should know this or that it's a really obvious question, but does this mean you speak fluent Japanese?
I like your way of studying.
I'm gonna prove all the doubters wrong and blow the competition out of the water, all the while stalking Roger all over Europe at the same time.
OMG I had people in my class who wanted to become lawyers. The amount of studying they did in the last two years before entry exams was absolutely epic.
Is it hard to enter law school in Poland? I was speaking to a couple of German guys in my course last night and they said that pretty much anyone can enter law school, but a third of them drop out in the first year and the numbers slowly peter out after that.
In Singapore the getting in part is the hardest, but graduating/getting called to the bar are pretty easy.
You mean oldboyfriend? Your disgust for young meat is legendary.
He's actually the same age as me.
If I ever tell you guys that I'm dating a younger guy, please have me committed in an asylum for my own sake.
gaitare why is it your last week on mtf, are you also expecting a baby?
This is too funny.