Many organizations created blogs to post articles and information about the law school admission process and their own experiences in law school. Online resources can also help a perspective student get ready for law school and a law career. Listed below are several popular resources that have helped Southern students on their journey to law school.
A blog by Yale Dean Asha. While the blog hasn’t been updated since 2014, Yale still directs people to the content as most of it still applies.
Pre-Law Advising Services Blog – © 2018 University of Illinois Board of Trustees
The Pre-Law Advising Services Blog for the University of Illinois publishing pre-law news, events and opportunities every Monday and Wednesday.
“Ms. JD is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to the success of women in law school and the legal profession.” -Ms. JD homepage. Network and discussion with female lawyers and law students.
“The Girl’s Guide to Law School exists for one reason: to help you get what you want from your law school experience.” -About this site. Created by Columbia Law School Grad Alison Monahan gathers information to help people make their law school years better.
Founded in 1878, the ABA is committed to supporting the legal profession with practical resources for legal professionals while improving the administration of justice, accrediting law schools, establishing model ethical codes, and more. The home page for the American Bar Association with links to events, news, materials and different services. The ABA also has pages dedicated to Pre-Law information and Public Resources.
The mission of the Connecticut Judicial Branch is to serve the interests of justice and the public by resolving matters brought before it in a fair, timely, efficient and open manner. They have compiled links to Law-Related Educational Resources.
Law.com – ALM Media Properties LLC.
“Law.com is the premier destination for powerful business research, extensive education and information on market trends, and technological advances domestically and abroad.” Law.com is connected to The Legal Intelligencer and Supreme Court Brief.