No, you aren't experiencing deja vu, I am actually posting this again, it kind of got lost when the place went crazy over the weekend so instead of trying to recreate, I just dredged up the old one:
Kick-ass Bartender Seeks Kick-ass Attorney's Office No, seriously, I was studying pre-law back home, at Cornell, didn't really have an area of expertise just yet, was learning everything I could handle without doing a crash and burn.
Somehow I don't think they'd accept: "I'll be a student here in about twenty years" as a prerequisite to getting in again though, and I made a promise that I'd get back into it while I was here, instead of just falling back on the bartending job I was dropped into.
So! I figured that the best way I could learn (or re-learn, or keep learning) would be to get some sort of assistant job with a law office, some kind of junior partner sort of thing. I'm on an island in the Caribbean currently, but my other job is in New Orleans, and travel really isn't an issue.
Anybody? Or do I have to find some references to get back into Cornell?
Best ways to contact me: [cell phone#], [email address]
Also: A Mr. Denny Crane mentioned something about an internship? Is this still open? What does it entail?