Information for Law Students - Preparation and Discussions
Law Student Preparation and Discussions
- Admit One - Vault's MBA, Law School and College Blog View all blogs
Carolyn C. Wise is Vault's Senior Education Editor. She oversees the production of 10 annual guides covering undergraduate and graduate admissions, top internships, and career advice compilations for entry-level and MBA job seekers. Her team is responsible for all educational content on Vault.com, including school profiles, admissions advice and education industry trends articles.
- Law Preview
Since 1998, Law Preview has taught thousands of law students what to expect and how to truly excel in law school. During our week-long, intensive summer prep courses, our distinguished faculty of law school professors provide substantive overviews for each core first-year course. In addition, we teach you how to brief cases, outline for each class, study effectively and manage your time -- all proven academic strategies that are critical to earning great grades during your first year of law school.
- Law School Discussions
Law School Discussion is a forum for discussing all aspects of Law School in the United States. The idea was to create an online community where law school related issues could be discussed in an organized, friendly, and informative manner. Law School Discussion is owned by Law School Discussion, Inc. and run by its founder, Andrew Sinclair.
If you?ve found our website, you?re probably considering whether a law school preparation course makes sense for you. Let us tell you why we believe LawBoost is the perfect choice for so many entering law students. In our program, you?ll have the opportunity to perform actual first-semester law school writing assignments, and have those assignments critiqued. We focus on making you a clear, precise and adaptable writer, helping you develop the skills necessary to do well in law school. It?s ?real? law school ? just before the grades matter!
- The Law Student Blog
My name is Justin Weinmann. For the majority of my life I thought of myself as an artist and thought I wanted nothing more than to do that for a living. However, I realized that I was too selfish to give up my other passions in order to focus on the one. I decided that going back to school was the route for me. My love of History has lead me to go back for my bachelors in the Social Sciences. My love of Politics and Sociology has lead me to the conclusion that Law School was to be my next move.
- Top Law Schools - Forum for Law School Students
This page is a gateway for TLS content aimed at current law students. Whether amongst the busy Top Law Schools forums or through the many articles written by law students for TLS, everyone will find something to learn -- or share -- here.