Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

Collapse
X
  •  
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

    After seven years as a general surgeon in New York, Jasmine Brooks was fed up with hmos that rewarded primary-care doctors for not referring patients to specialists and disciplining them when they did. In 2006, she enrolled in law school at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La. Not sure she had the drive to "give it my all," she signed up part time while teaching health and sciences to pad her landing. She didn't tell her mom and sister what she was doing "in case I failed." Brooks, 39, emigrated from Vietnam as a child; now a full-time student (though still squeezing in time to teach), she expects to graduate in 2009.

    More...
    U.S. News & World Report

  • #2
    Re: Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

    I spent 3 years living in the UK. It is fairly easy to find a job if you are dedicated and hard-working. The UK visa is the hardest part of the whole experience but I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

      After seven years as a general surgeon in New York, Jasmine Brooks was fed up with hmos that rewarded primary-care doctors for not referring patients to specialists and disciplining them when they did. In 2009, she enrolled in law school at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La. Not sure she had the drive to "give it my all," she signed up part time while teaching health and sciences to pad her landing. She didn't tell her mom and sister what she was doing "in case I failed." Brooks, 39, emigrated from Vietnam as a child; now a full-time student (though still squeezing in time to teach), she expects to graduate in 2011.
      www.employmentlawgroup.net

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

        Originally posted by balvis2011 View Post
        I spent 3 years living in the UK. It is fairly easy to find a job if you are dedicated and hard-working. The UK visa is the hardest part of the whole experience but I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

        If you have spent 3 years in UK. than please share here more information...........

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

          These days its too difficult to have jobs in UK. Specially if you new to the country and do not know much about their culture and their life style. So i would recommend you to make some online contacts there , that may help you out there when you would plan to move.

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: Student Profile: How She Made the Career Change to Law

            I completely agree with woodkevin0, there is a dearth of jobs in the United Kingdom and its even more difficult to find a good one that suits your skills.
            California Foreclosure Attorney -- John Dzialo

            Comment

            Previously entered content was automatically saved. Restore or Discard.
            Auto-Saved
            Smile :) Stick Out Tongue :p Wink ;) Mad :mad: Frown :( Big Grin :D Confused :confused: Embarrassment :o Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) :rolleyes: Cool :cool: EEK! :eek:
            x
            Insert: Thumbnail Small Medium Large Fullsize Remove  
            x

            the color of snow is... (write the answer twice with an "@" between the words)

            widgetinstance 213 (Related Topics) skipped due to lack of content & hide_module_if_empty option.
            Working...
            X