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nglez09nglez09 Registered User Posts: 186 Junior Member
. . .on being a foreign lawyer? I am going to study law in the U.S. but I see a definite possibility of moving to the Dominican Republic, in which Napoleonic law is enforced. How much of a difficulty would I have in attaining a job there? I see that one of the bigger law firms there has lawyers from U.S. law schools, and it isn't like a DLA Piper branch.
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