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You already know where to come for law school news, tips, resources, and humor. (You're there right now!) But now you can make sure that all the best law school news and resources come to you. Newsletters can bring the top news and information straight to your inbox.
FindLaw is launching a new newsletter dedicated just to law school news and law student resources. That means all the best of FindLaw's law student offerings, delivered directly to you.
Welcome to "What the L?"
FindLaw's newest newsletter, "What the L?" aggregates the best FindLaw content for 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, 4Ls, 0Ls, post-Ls -- basically, for anyone in law school or interested in law school. That means great content from our FindLaw blogs, like our posts on bar exam prep, law school study strategies, or the perks of being a summer associate. You'll also get selections from FindLaw's Law Students section, recently expanded and updated with articles on pre-law, surviving law school, the bar exam, and more. These are all organized into helpful categories like "Surviving the First Year" and "Bar Prep and Beyond" and delivered to you every other week.
If you sign up to this bi-weekly newsletter you'll be getting more than just FindLaw content, too. "What the L" curates the best, most relevant news from Reuters, FindLaw's sister company.
To help you make sure you're prepped to turn your law schooling into a legal career, the newsletter also includes listings for legal internship positions. That's right, we'll help do your summer job search for you. All you have to do is apply.
You can check out a sample newsletter here.
Never Go Hungry for News Again
In addition to "What the L?" FindLaw offers more than 40 newsletters, tailored to just about any aspect of the law, law school, and legal practice. There's our Legal Grounds newsletter, focusing on the humorous aspects of the law, like a New York court's ruling that a dog isn't an illegal tenant. (Fido still doesn't qualify for rent control, though.) You can stay informed of the news with FindLaw's Top Headlines, or keep on top of the highest court in the land through our Supreme Court Digest.
It's easy to sign up for one or a dozen of these offerings, so go ahead and give them a try. Why the L wouldn't you?