Category Archives: Emily

ENTP to ENFP

Before I left for this trip, my close friends and I often joked about how much this experience would change me. Growing up in the same town I attend college in, boarding a plane for the first time last year, … Continue reading

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Sit Back and Take it All in

Last month, Casey and I were presented with a case regarding stock fraud.  A business registered in Nevada, yet claiming to be Chinese, sold stocks to Chinese citizens. They were listed as penny stocks yet sold for a value about 100000x … Continue reading

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Sharing a Piece of Home

Before beginning this internship, I knew a limited amount about the legal field and foreign relations. Honestly, I perhaps was a bit unqualified to begin an internship of this caliber. However, being thrown into an environment where my knowledge has … Continue reading

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Yuánfèn

As I’ve mentioned before, Chinese students and many other international students have the ability to pursue an undergraduate degree in law. I, on the other hand, am a business major, and a second-year business major at that. With that being … Continue reading

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

I have to be vague when talking about the matters that my law firm is involved with. As I said in my last post, discussing my projects is difficult. They are mostly confidential. Currently, a client that is a shareholder … Continue reading

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Negotiating with Mickey Mouse

When I first started at Jingshi Law Firm, I wasn’t sure if I was going to enjoy the experience. At first, we didn’t receive much work, but my supervisor has given us more as she’s learned that we are capable. … Continue reading

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Success From the Start

I am a legal intern for Beijing Jingshi Law firm. Jingshi Law firm is the oldest and possibly most renowned law firm in the city. It employs over 800 lawyers in this office alone, with thousands of other employees at … Continue reading

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