anyone from Thailand ?


pra608
i'm in uw-madison. nice to see you.
i'm in uw-madison. nice to see you.
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boatkung
i'm in uw-madison. nice to see you.


Hi

This is Boat, Law Tu, Thailand. I am @ IUB now.
You can add me to your MSN.
Boatkung@hotmail.com

Boat
<blockquote>i'm in uw-madison. nice to see you.</blockquote>

Hi

This is Boat, Law Tu, Thailand. I am @ IUB now.
You can add me to your MSN.
Boatkung@hotmail.com

Boat
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themopmap
hi im map, 2nd year law student at Thammasat Univ.
u can add me to ur list; themopmap@hotmail.com
cya around ~~
hi im map, 2nd year law student at Thammasat Univ.
u can add me to ur list; themopmap@hotmail.com
cya around ~~
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Sudkhet
Dear all:

Wow!!! I am so glad that I meet my juniors from Thammasat University at this board.

While I understand that choosing a law school for your Master Degree is a critical decision, please let me use this board to share my unforgettably wonderful experience at Vanderbilt Law School.

Although I have attended many legal programs at many law schools such as UC-Davis, Harvard, and Northwestern, I must honestly say that Vanderbilt Law School is my most favorite law school. The LL.M. at Vandy is relatively small, providing me several meaningful experiences. The atmosphere at the law school is incredibly nice, and people in Vandy legal community are very friendly.

Surely, I am also very impressed with my research advisor as well as other professors, who strengthen and broaden my knowledge. They all were willing to help me and to make my LL.M. studies productive. Moreover, I did learn a lot from JD students as well as other LL.M. students. I can confidently say that the LL.M. at Vandy is the most rewarding program I have ever taken in my education.

Please feel free to ask any question that you may have.
Dear all:

Wow!!! I am so glad that I meet my juniors from Thammasat University at this board.

While I understand that choosing a law school for your Master Degree is a critical decision, please let me use this board to share my unforgettably wonderful experience at Vanderbilt Law School.

Although I have attended many legal programs at many law schools such as UC-Davis, Harvard, and Northwestern, I must honestly say that Vanderbilt Law School is my most favorite law school. The LL.M. at Vandy is relatively small, providing me several meaningful experiences. The atmosphere at the law school is incredibly nice, and people in Vandy legal community are very friendly.

Surely, I am also very impressed with my research advisor as well as other professors, who strengthen and broaden my knowledge. They all were willing to help me and to make my LL.M. studies productive. Moreover, I did learn a lot from JD students as well as other LL.M. students. I can confidently say that the LL.M. at Vandy is the most rewarding program I have ever taken in my education.

Please feel free to ask any question that you may have.

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boatkung
Hi ALL,

Hey everyone! It is nice to have a small group of ppl from Thailand in this webboard.

Regard to Sudkhet's idea, I think most of Thai students who study two LL.M. will impress the first LL.M. more than the second one. For me, I just love Georgia more than Indiana. 555

However, I will pursue another LL.M. in somewhere in the US. Sudkhet, I might go to NWU and make an interview with the Univ. I will contact you later 5555.
Boat
Hi ALL,

Hey everyone! It is nice to have a small group of ppl from Thailand in this webboard.

Regard to Sudkhet's idea, I think most of Thai students who study two LL.M. will impress the first LL.M. more than the second one. For me, I just love Georgia more than Indiana. 555

However, I will pursue another LL.M. in somewhere in the US. Sudkhet, I might go to NWU and make an interview with the Univ. I will contact you later 5555.
Boat
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prakrit
Hi all,
I am actually here for quite a while but just seeing all of you in this thread, so nice to meeting you all. I am an Econ Grad from Thammasat too.

I am currently studying LL.M., but more with Inter Business and China oriented. I am not sure what should I do with this degree since I think that I made a wrong decision- the program and my classmates is not that productive :-(

But as I am the Econ Grad, and I used to do something before starting this LL.M., I am not sure if in the future I will make another Biz degree or continue with law- such as comparative law, financial or another Chinese topics since I guess that it will be very much useful in the future.

Maybe you can share your idea, how should I plan my study in order to get the good job in Thailand (well, I am 26 now), or any reccommendation of doing another in the US (I am looking at U of Virginia), and in which topic (since financial law is also one of my interest as well).

One of my respectively Prof. at Thammasat is also from Vanderbilt. If Khun Sudkhet said so, I will probably trying to find a way there...whether in Biz or in Law, I am not sure.
Hi all,
I am actually here for quite a while but just seeing all of you in this thread, so nice to meeting you all. I am an Econ Grad from Thammasat too.

I am currently studying LL.M., but more with Inter Business and China oriented. I am not sure what should I do with this degree since I think that I made a wrong decision- the program and my classmates is not that productive :-(

But as I am the Econ Grad, and I used to do something before starting this LL.M., I am not sure if in the future I will make another Biz degree or continue with law- such as comparative law, financial or another Chinese topics since I guess that it will be very much useful in the future.

Maybe you can share your idea, how should I plan my study in order to get the good job in Thailand (well, I am 26 now), or any reccommendation of doing another in the US (I am looking at U of Virginia), and in which topic (since financial law is also one of my interest as well).

One of my respectively Prof. at Thammasat is also from Vanderbilt. If Khun Sudkhet said so, I will probably trying to find a way there...whether in Biz or in Law, I am not sure.
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prakrit
*urh*

Khun Sudkhet- how many programs that you went in???

Is that worh in doing so for Law Grad? -_-"

(I am not sure if you are going to take a US Bar or so)
*urh*

Khun Sudkhet- how many programs that you went in???

Is that worh in doing so for Law Grad? -_-"

(I am not sure if you are going to take a US Bar or so)

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pra608
oh, a lot of people come.

Hello p' sudkhet. I'm applying for Vanderbilt now.

oui
oh, a lot of people come.

Hello p' sudkhet. I'm applying for Vanderbilt now.

oui
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Sudkhet
Dear all:

It is nice that you guys frankly share your opinions and experiences at this board. To answer Khun Prakit, although I do not plan to take any bar exam in the States, I am happy and curious to learn more and more about the US law. I wholeheartedly agree with you that not all legal programs in this country are useful and helpful for your future career. In any event, I do wish Khun Prakit the best for your decision as to whether or not to pursue another degree.

To be clear, Vandy LL.M. is not the first program that I take. Therefore, it might not be quite right that I like Vandy the most only because it is my first impression of US law school. To be specific about my preference of Vandy over other law schools, I personally like the unique curriculum at the law school. To my knowledge, Vandy is only a few law schools in this country that provide LL.M. students to work closely with faculty members on their own chosen-topic "substantial" research. Moreover, I do like non-competitive but intellectually encouraging atmosphere at the law school. Plus, the number of LL.M. students in my year is only 13. Needless to say, the Vandy small program is certainly more advantageous than other bigger programs that I have ever taken.

Last but not least, the most uniqueness of Vandy community is that people at the law school including LL.M. students live together as if we all were a family.

Please feel free to leave any comments, questions, or opinions. I wish you all the best.
Dear all:

It is nice that you guys frankly share your opinions and experiences at this board. To answer Khun Prakit, although I do not plan to take any bar exam in the States, I am happy and curious to learn more and more about the US law. I wholeheartedly agree with you that not all legal programs in this country are useful and helpful for your future career. In any event, I do wish Khun Prakit the best for your decision as to whether or not to pursue another degree.

To be clear, Vandy LL.M. is not the first program that I take. Therefore, it might not be quite right that I like Vandy the most only because it is my first impression of US law school. To be specific about my preference of Vandy over other law schools, I personally like the unique curriculum at the law school. To my knowledge, Vandy is only a few law schools in this country that provide LL.M. students to work closely with faculty members on their own chosen-topic "substantial" research. Moreover, I do like non-competitive but intellectually encouraging atmosphere at the law school. Plus, the number of LL.M. students in my year is only 13. Needless to say, the Vandy small program is certainly more advantageous than other bigger programs that I have ever taken.

Last but not least, the most uniqueness of Vandy community is that people at the law school including LL.M. students live together as if we all were a family.

Please feel free to leave any comments, questions, or opinions. I wish you all the best.

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pra608
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ขอบคุณทุกท่าน
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boatkung
Dear All,

Is anybody going to apply for 2nd LL.M. ?
I would like to share some info. regarding the admission requirements. Now I'm facing some difficulties to apply to the Univs. There are many complicated rules about the admission.

Well, you all can give me a call and I would be happy to share my info.

Boat
Cell# 404 771 8890
Dear All,

Is anybody going to apply for 2nd LL.M. ?
I would like to share some info. regarding the admission requirements. Now I'm facing some difficulties to apply to the Univs. There are many complicated rules about the admission.

Well, you all can give me a call and I would be happy to share my info.

Boat
Cell# 404 771 8890
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pra608
anybody got some news?
anybody got some news?
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boatkung
I received an admission to Gtown Univ. ( I applied 6 univ.)
This is my 2nd LL.M. Am still waiting for the others.

How's everyone?

boat
I received an admission to Gtown Univ. ( I applied 6 univ.)
This is my 2nd LL.M. Am still waiting for the others.

How's everyone?

boat
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pra608
hi, anyone of you got any admissions?

I got two now.
hi, anyone of you got any admissions?

I got two now.
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Ley
Hi everybody. Ley Krub.

I'm from Thammasat Uni. Too.

Nice to see you all!! : )
Hi everybody. Ley Krub.

I'm from Thammasat Uni. Too.

Nice to see you all!! : )
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Baby88
Hi. I'm from Thailand too. Already got admitted to UMich (Ann Arbor) and NYU and have decided to go to NYU. Good luck to you all.
Hi. I'm from Thailand too. Already got admitted to UMich (Ann Arbor) and NYU and have decided to go to NYU. Good luck to you all.
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Sawaddee Krab! I'm Tony. Now I'm a 2nd year LL.B. student of Thammasat University. I wanna talk with brothers or sisters who study abroad in LL.M.Program or anyone. I wish one day I will study abroad in LL.M.Program like all of you. I need some advice, please add me : ton49_lawtu72@hotmail.com
Sawaddee Krab! I'm Tony. Now I'm a 2nd year LL.B. student of Thammasat University. I wanna talk with brothers or sisters who study abroad in LL.M.Program or anyone. I wish one day I will study abroad in LL.M.Program like all of you. I need some advice, please add me : ton49_lawtu72@hotmail.com
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Dearest Friend,

I am Madhu from India. I have applied to Vanderbilt this fall and have received an e-mail that my application is complete.

I would request you to let me know (1) Is there any telephone interview or not? (2) How long would VB take to take the admission decision (I received application complete about 10 days back). (3) What are the questions that are likely to be posed?

Shall greatly appreciate your early response.

Sincerely yours
madhudamaraj@yahoo.com


Wow!!! I am so glad that I meet my juniors from Thammasat University at this board.

While I understand that choosing a law school for your Master Degree is a critical decision, please let me use this board to share my unforgettably wonderful experience at Vanderbilt Law School.

Although I have attended many legal programs at many law schools such as UC-Davis, Harvard, and Northwestern, I must honestly say that Vanderbilt Law School is my most favorite law school. The LL.M. at Vandy is relatively small, providing me several meaningful experiences. The atmosphere at the law school is incredibly nice, and people in Vandy legal community are very friendly.

Surely, I am also very impressed with my research advisor as well as other professors, who strengthen and broaden my knowledge. They all were willing to help me and to make my LL.M. studies productive. Moreover, I did learn a lot from JD students as well as other LL.M. students. I can confidently say that the LL.M. at Vandy is the most rewarding program I have ever taken in my education.

Please feel free to ask any question that you may have.
Dearest Friend,

I am Madhu from India. I have applied to Vanderbilt this fall and have received an e-mail that my application is complete.

I would request you to let me know (1) Is there any telephone interview or not? (2) How long would VB take to take the admission decision (I received application complete about 10 days back). (3) What are the questions that are likely to be posed?

Shall greatly appreciate your early response.

Sincerely yours
madhudamaraj@yahoo.com


Wow!!! I am so glad that I meet my juniors from Thammasat University at this board.

While I understand that choosing a law school for your Master Degree is a critical decision, please let me use this board to share my unforgettably wonderful experience at Vanderbilt Law School.

Although I have attended many legal programs at many law schools such as UC-Davis, Harvard, and Northwestern, I must honestly say that Vanderbilt Law School is my most favorite law school. The LL.M. at Vandy is relatively small, providing me several meaningful experiences. The atmosphere at the law school is incredibly nice, and people in Vandy legal community are very friendly.

Surely, I am also very impressed with my research advisor as well as other professors, who strengthen and broaden my knowledge. They all were willing to help me and to make my LL.M. studies productive. Moreover, I did learn a lot from JD students as well as other LL.M. students. I can confidently say that the LL.M. at Vandy is the most rewarding program I have ever taken in my education.

Please feel free to ask any question that you may have.

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Dear Khun Boatkung and everyone,

I'm a Junior law student in CU and I have some questions to ask you about IUB and other universities in Midwest of USA,

1. which program in IUB law is the most popular? I take few classes for next semester in Civil and Criminal Law, and two classes in Public Law (about Administrative Court)

2. I really want to know about the overview of the weather in Midwest, I have heard that IUB's campus is gorgeous! I really want to study there because I don't like big city like NY or Chicago. I also heard that Midwest States' weather are so bad to stay, kinda too cold over there? I have been in Georgia and I felt OK, I just want to see some more snow, that's it! hehe :)

aah, I can't ask anymore questions for now, if I have something more, I would like to ask y'all about it! And thank you to all of you who could give me great advice!

P.S. my grade for now is about 3.5 and I guess that my GPA would tend to be down because of Procedural Law and Negotiable Instruments. That's kinda tragedy, haha :P I've got good grades in Criminal Law, and Public Law like Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. Also some of Commercial Law like Pledge and Mortgage Law. Yeah, I think I am good at these subjects and I really want to get some advice from you guys before I am going to start a new educational plan! ^^ Thanks a lot!
Dear Khun Boatkung and everyone,

I'm a Junior law student in CU and I have some questions to ask you about IUB and other universities in Midwest of USA,

1. which program in IUB law is the most popular? I take few classes for next semester in Civil and Criminal Law, and two classes in Public Law (about Administrative Court)

2. I really want to know about the overview of the weather in Midwest, I have heard that IUB's campus is gorgeous! I really want to study there because I don't like big city like NY or Chicago. I also heard that Midwest States' weather are so bad to stay, kinda too cold over there? I have been in Georgia and I felt OK, I just want to see some more snow, that's it! hehe :)

aah, I can't ask anymore questions for now, if I have something more, I would like to ask y'all about it! And thank you to all of you who could give me great advice!

P.S. my grade for now is about 3.5 and I guess that my GPA would tend to be down because of Procedural Law and Negotiable Instruments. That's kinda tragedy, haha :P I've got good grades in Criminal Law, and Public Law like Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. Also some of Commercial Law like Pledge and Mortgage Law. Yeah, I think I am good at these subjects and I really want to get some advice from you guys before I am going to start a new educational plan! ^^ Thanks a lot!
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