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As it is, I've been entertaining the idea of getting an LLM (or another postgraduate law degree) at some point - it's always bothered me that my knowledge of common law is relatively shallow, about what you could pick up in a month of hard studying.
An LLM, if I could find one that's broad and general enough, could remedy that. Alternatively, I might study something really stupid like international tax law and see if I could double my rates for narrowly specialized translations.

Do you need the credential, or just the background and knowledge? I wonder if the burgeoning availability of on-line instruction might work out well for you. I don't know if it's hit law schools yet...

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