About Top Law Schools
Law school can be a rewarding and trying experience. Oftentimes when one says, “I’m in law school,” others may have at best a hazy notion of what that means, if not an even hazier idea of what law school entails. In the end, with such a vague understanding of law school by non-lawyer types, a presumptive lawyer may not feel the support he or she needs to make it through the next three years of their legal education.
The TLS forums offer the support law students require. With thousands of members both nationally and worldwide, TLS presents platforms of communication for law students whether they are starting their first year of law school, or have long since graduated to move onto their legal careers.
These forums primarily focus on law school applicants, who utilize discussions within internal forums such as law school admissions, the LSAT prep forum, the personal statement forum, and the forum for choosing a law school. Over the years forums for law school students and graduates have also become quite popular. These especially include the bar prep forum, the legal employment forum, and the forum for law school students. Two other noteworthy forums are the law school graduates only forum (verification of graduate status required) and the TLS lounge (registration required).
Communicate now with those who not only know what a legal education is, but can offer you worthy advice and commentary as you complete the three most educational, yet challenging years of your law-related post graduate life.