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New post 13 Jan 2012, 08:50
Hello,
I know that most schools require at least a few years of experience but wonder how many years are expected when an applicant went to law school. Since several schools offer a dual degree (MBA/JD), I thought there might be less years of experience expected. I graduated from law school (in Germany) and besides internships and work experience in accounting and marketing (part time) I do not have many years of work experience and wonder about my chances (besides gpa, gmat, essay, rec. etc.).
Thank you very much in advance!!

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