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This is a project I've been working on for the past couple weeks now. Share it with your friends, show it to your mom, play it with your dad. Spread the word!
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*•SÃO JOÃO DA KIT•* 🔥🌽🔥🌽🔥🌽🔥🌽🔥🌽 Dia 09/06 tem o *Arraiá da Kit* no Balneário Águas do Sertão em _Sítios Novos-SE_, garanta seu ingresso e se prepare para o repertório mais atualizado da região! *•HOMEM:* 7,00
jd is frickin relatable. also, i did heathers instead of ham bc i love heathers sm. oh and i think it’s supposed to be heather c, heather d, and then heather m. sry for the mistake. -
qotd: opinions on jd?
aotd: i love jd. ik he is horrible and all but he’s so funny and cute and amazing. -
Nayelly Dominguez shares her personal story with us here at LawtinaJD.com and we are so honored! She shares her story as a Mexican-American woman in law school. Nayelly Dominguez is a rising 2L at Texas A&M University School of Law. She was born in the United States, but she is the proud daughter of Mexican immigrants from Guanajuato, Mexico. Nayelly is extremely proud of her Mexican culture, and there is not one year that she does not go to Mexico at least once. Nayelly Dominguez is a rising 2L at Texas A&M University School of Law. She was born in the United States, but she is the proud daughter of Mexican immigrants from Guanajuato, Mexico. Nayelly is extremely proud of her Mexican culture, and there is not one year that she does not go to Mexico at least once. “iY arriba mi Uriangato!” She graduated from Southern Methodist University (SMU) with 3 majors in Engineering Management, Information, & Systems, Economics, and French. After SMU she pursued a career in Consulting at EY, traveling around the country solving IT and business issues for large companies until she decided to pursue her lifelong goal of going to law school. “My fearless ambition has always been an attribute I am proud of, but that many have seen as not normal for a Mexican-American girl. Since I was a small child, people around me told me to “tone it down” and act more “normal” when I’d provide my opinions over current topics. After a choir trip to Italy when I was 15, I discovered a passion for cultural immersion and travel. As I enjoyed a tutti frutti gelato in the Piazza della Signoria in Florence and gazed at the Creation of Man inside the Sistine Chapel, I was no longer living vicariously through textbooks. I had finally earned my place as a citizen of the world. Two years later when I was fundraising for a cultural exchange to Budapest, my tias suggested that it was time to aplacarme with the “crazy” traveling since “eso no es de nosotros.” Before I could even reach a glass ceiling, I was being forced into a cultural box that I was quickly outgrowing. READ MORE: https://lawtinajd.com/blogs/news/featured-lawtina-nayelly-dominguez
Late post, but congratulations to my sister for graduating Law school this past weekend and for passing the bar! She is definitely one of the most inspirational people in my life! She graduated from SJSU with her Bachelor’s in Hospital Administration, graduated with her Master’s in Nursing from UCLA, & now an alumni from University of the Pacific’s Law School! Congrats Ate! We’re so proud of you! 👩🎓 #sjsu#ucla#uop#msn#jd#lawyer#proudbrothers