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It's a new law school year. There's a new class of 1L's. And, to go with the theme, we have new thing or two to add
to our advice to incoming law students on how to survive law school.
Here's a brief re-cap:
And we've been busy building & revamping online tools and resources that can be useful for law students in whatever stage they're in...and can be especially helpful to newly-minted L's making sense of it all.
(did we mention they are all free)
1. Learn, Write, and Share on LawBrain
- find legal definitions and topics on this legal wiki
- browse legal topic by categories or tags
- use the 'opinion tab' to share information or work through hypos
- update articles using wiki tools
- LawBrain, the Legal Wiki: 11 Fun Facts
2. Ask and Answer on FindLaw Answers.
- join an active online community
- get to know the regulars--or become one
- practice 'issue-spotting'
- FindLaw Answers: Where Everybody Knows Your (Handle)
3. Get in the Know with FindLaw Blogs.
- Read posts from over 30 different blogs
- Get your fill of interesting and notable legal news--with a side of personality
- Subscribe to your favorite blogs via RSS so you don't miss a beat
- RSS for Law Students and Associates: In 5 Really Simple Steps
4. Get Legal News and Case Law Delivered to your inbox with FindLaw Newsletters.
- Choose from 100 free titles
- Subscribe to one, more & unsubscribe at anytime
- Get case summaries and opinions of newly-decided cases delivered to your inbox
- Well-Delivered: 5 FindLaw Newsletters You Can Use
5. Learn About the Law on FindLaw.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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