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Any Lawyers/aspiring Law Students? by MainAttraction(f): 6:53am On Dec 25, 2012
So, my profile suggests that this is only my second post, but I used to frequent this site often a couple of years back. I decided to check it out again now that I have more free time, but could not remember my username and password, so I made another account. Anyway, I was a student when I used to come on here, but have recently just graduated from Uni on the 16th of this month. I have a B.S. in Psychology, with a minor in Biology. I'm applying to Law Schools and will be taking the LSAT in February. I just wanted to create this thread to see if there are any lawyers on this forum, or aspiring law students like myself. If so, feel free to leave any tips, suggestions, or recommendations. If you are a Lawyer/Law Student, do you enjoy your work? How was Law School? How did you prepare for the LSAT? Or anything else that you would like to share. Thanks! grin smiley

On second though, maybe I should have posted this in the Education Forum ? Hmmm, oh well!
Re: Any Lawyers/aspiring Law Students? by Serendipity: 1:01am On Dec 27, 2012
I'm afraid, what do you mean by LSAT
Re: Any Lawyers/aspiring Law Students? by MainAttraction(f): 7:34am On Dec 27, 2012
Serendipity: I'm afraid, what do you mean by LSAT

It stands for Law School Admissions Test. You have to take it to be accepted at any accredited law school in US; Canada as well I think.
Re: Any Lawyers/aspiring Law Students? by Serendipity: 11:28am On Dec 27, 2012
MainAttraction: So, my profile suggests that this is only my second post, but I used to frequent this site often a couple of years back. I decided to check it out again now that I have more free time, but could not remember my username and password, so I made another account. Anyway, I was a student when I used to come on here, but have recently just graduated from Uni on the 16th of this month. I have a B.S. in Psychology, with a minor in Biology. I'm applying to Law Schools and will be taking the LSAT in February. I just wanted to create this thread to see if there are any lawyers on this forum, or aspiring law students like myself. If so, feel free to leave any tips, suggestions, or recommendations. If you are a Lawyer/Law Student, do you enjoy your work? How was Law School? How did you prepare for the LSAT? Or anything else that you would like to share. Thanks! grin smiley

On second though, maybe I should have posted this in the Education Forum ? Hmmm, oh well!
Hmmm!
When you ask about lawyers or aspiring law students etc, I think you should be somewhat specific. Do u mean those in this country/abroad?
Re: Any Lawyers/aspiring Law Students? by MainAttraction(f): 6:33am On Dec 28, 2012
Serendipity:
Hmmm!
When you ask about lawyers or aspiring law students etc, I think you should be somewhat specific. Do u mean those in this country/abroad?

That's true. I meant for those in the U.S. but all are welcome to post. The problem is I didn't really have any specific questions lol, just wanted to see if they liked the work they did/how was law school, stuff like that!
Re: Any Lawyers/aspiring Law Students? by Serendipity: 1:00pm On Dec 28, 2012
In that case, information about Law in Nigeria may not be particularly handy.
I really don't know what to tell you as there are myriad of things one may say about the course.
Basically the course is bodacious and you will enjoy it if you have the passion.
If you need any specific info about anything let me know. I can also link you up with pundits in the field should the need arise.
Success in ur aspirations...

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