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Would law degree enhance HR masters degree?

I am currently a mid-level associate at a prominent New York law firm specializing in benefits and compensation. I am not cut out for working at a big law firm long term and there have not been many alternate opportunities lately that would be satisfying to me (i.e. working at a pension fund, compensation consultant, in-house positions). I enjoy many aspects of my field, but not the law firm lifestyle. I am considering going back to school to get a degree in human resources and am wondering if my JD and background in benefits and compensation law would help me secure a human resources job. [more inside]
posted by Falconetti on Sep 26, 2011 - 8 answers

My Funny Proxy, I Don't Find You Funny

According to the new Bluebook (a manual of legal citation), how do you cite to a proxy statement? I only have the Seventeenth Edition handy, but I know there is a new Rule 14.6(e) that explains this in the Eighteenth Edition. I need to figure this out before sundown, so if anyone has their Bluebook near by, would you mind cluing me in?
posted by Falconetti on May 9, 2007 - 5 answers

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