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Re: Any chance to work for firm in Canada w/ a U.S. law degree? mp413 September 25, 2008 04:38 am
I would assume so. But I mean more along the lines of working for a U.S. firm in a capacity that doesn't require the Canadian bar. Like working for any other U.S. firm's overseas office (which usually doesn't require bar admission or a law degree from the local country).

thanks for any thoughts, especially from anyone who works for a U.S. firm up there.


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