Two years JD for International Lawyers - Northwestern Law


Sam007

Hi,

Has anyone completed the two years JD from Northwestern Law for International Lawyers, and was able to find an associate job in the New York or else in the US?

Thanks in advance

Hi,

Has anyone completed the two years JD from Northwestern Law for International Lawyers, and was able to find an associate job in the New York or else in the US?

Thanks in advance
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JRMC

Hi,

Has anyone completed the two years JD from Northwestern Law for International Lawyers, and was able to find an associate job in the New York or else in the US?

Thanks in advance


Can you get admitted into that program without taking the lsat?

[quote]Hi,

Has anyone completed the two years JD from Northwestern Law for International Lawyers, and was able to find an associate job in the New York or else in the US?

Thanks in advance[/quote]

Can you get admitted into that program without taking the lsat?
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Sam007

You have to sit the LSAT.

You have to sit the LSAT.
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