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The defining feature of this site is the TLS forums which historically has been focused primarily on law school applicants with discussion forums such as the law school admissions forum, the LSAT prep forum, the personal statement forum, and the choosing a law school forum. However, over the years the forums for law school students and graduates have become quite popular as well especially the bar prep forum, the legal employment forum, and the forum for law school students. A couple of other noteworthy forums are the law school graduates only forum (verification of graduate status required) and the TLS lounge (registration required).

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The Old Man, the Radiator Shop, and Integrity

Jun 25, 2022

Opportunity used the wrong way can destroy everything. Cheating, even in small ways, can add up to cause ruinous damage. You must account for every action you take with your employer and in your life, and realize that every action carries consequences. With so much invested in ...

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10 Factors That Matter to Big Law Firms More Than Your Law School

By Harrison Barnes, Managing Director

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These 10 Factors Matter More Than Where You Went to Law School

  1. Your Previous (On the Job) Training
  2. How You Did in Law School
  3. Your Practice Area
  4. How Long You Stay in Your Legal Jobs and Stability
  5. The Amount of Business You Have
  6. Your Reputation
  7. Your Interest in Your Practice Area and Involvement in the Community
  8. Your Looks, Dress, and Personality
  9. Your Racial and Social Background
  10. Your Commitment to Working in a Law Firm

Summary: There are far more important factors law firms look at if you want to practice law for a long period of time with a good firm than the law school you went to.