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On a demandé à un Student-at-Law...24 septembre 2015

One question that trumped me was: if you were a prime minister for a day, what one law would you change and why?

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For election day - only tax payers could vote. As citizens who pay taxes generally responsible for their decisions. Moins

The Constitution. Whatever you write in there, all other laws and regulations will have to be adjusted and you do not have to worry about it. It is hard for the Prime Minister to change it, but if you can - it is the best choice. Moins

A law that forbid hiring employee in related bonds. Reasons^ 1. More healthy competetion 2. More chances to get a nice job by people who haven't nice relations Moins

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Aetna

How many jellybeans would fit in a 747.

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How big are the jelly beans? What an odd question to ask during an interview..... Moins

The number is truly irrelevant. They are just looking to see how you think critically. Specifically they want you to ask questions like: what version of the 747? Are they standard jelly beans? Does it have seats? Does that include the gas tanks or is it only the cabin? Does it have to fly afterwards? Etc etc. Truly the answer could be anywhere between 0 and 2000000000. In case you happen to be wondering 2 years later, there are 13 models of 747 I believe. Moins

Two jelly beans would definitely fit in a 747. Other than that, I could only give an estimate... Moins

Chicago Transit Authority

What was the most challenging thing I had experienced during my first year at law school and how did I overcome it. I was also asked: What is your favorite law class? What can you tell us about yourself that we can't learn from your resume? Why do you want to work at CTA?

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Totally agree with this gentlemen about the dire circumstances everyone as a CTA employee finds himself or herself. It is definitely a political job. I myself have been applying to many positions at the garage level, since I work in one them. I have a collage degree in Aviation Admin. with a minor in Communications, have been employed with them for more then ten years. Every position I applied for was passed up, and someone with less seniority then my self was put in that position I qualified for. All for nothing since that person latter either was fired or resigned under the pressures imposed on him or her. Benefits have all but skyrocketed in out of pocket costs, apart from all the funding you have to endure from paychecks, to pay off the expenses of being covered, under PPO plans. There is no HMO any more. Firings for any little thing have become so prevalent the Authority had to slow down since they discovered had any employees left to run the transit system, daily rail or bus! I wouldn't work there even if I had to. Actively looking for another position, such as instructor, supervisor and even junior manager, since I have acquired much experience in anyone of these positions. That would be the only benefit I took away from working there, the vast experience gained over the ten plus years working at CTA. Oh and getting a free ride on the trains or buses. Moins

Besides, they don't pay their law clerks anything.

You DON"T want to work at CTA, unless you are very desperate for a job. If you are like most law students, you are probably rather young. Try to hold out for something better. The CTA does not respect lawyers, as evidenced by the fact that they would pay some political hack 2 or 3 times as much as they would pay you. In addition, said political hacks profess to be completely unaware of the ethical duties that lawyers have, and will attempt to have you violate them in the name of political expediency. Just say no. Moins

Andhra Bank

why wanna switch?

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better opportunity

Federal Reserve Board

How soon would I be available ?

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Bh

2 weeks.

Why did the position appeal to me?

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Spoke to the civil litigation practice and workers comp group

They asked if I planned to take more than 2 days off per month.

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Told them I do not.

Donato, Minx, Brown & Pool

Was I interested in insurance subrogation work?

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No.

Why do you want to work here?

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I'm passionate about immigration.

Brockton Hunter PA

What about criminal law interests you?

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The field is dynamic, fast paced, and makes a tangible difference in our clients' lives. Moins

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