Getting into law school is an achievement, but it's just the first stop on your way to a successful legal career. Over the course of three years you'll learn about the law in the classroom, but you'll also have the ability to participate in student organizations, law reviews, and networking events. If you take advantage of these professional opportunities, you can shine up a resume that stands out come job time. The Law Student Organizations and Networking section of FindLaw for Law Students is here to help you find the activities that will work for you. Use the information and resources in this section to plug into all that your law school has to offer.
Law Student Organizations and Networking
Law student organizations provide opportunities for networking, mentoring, and exploring different areas of legal practice. Learn about the different kinds of law student organizations and more at FindLaw.com.
A brief overview of networking for law students, including tips on how to get the most out of your experience and ways to build relationships. Check out this article to learn more.
It is considered an honor to participate in a law school's moot court or law journal projects, but which activity is right for you? This article gives you the information you need to make an informed choice.
In law school, you always have the ability to stand out academically. However, some of the best opportunities to shine lay outside of the classroom. Law reviews, for example, let you learn about interesting legal areas while providing the experience of working in a formal publishing process.