About the r/LawSchool community
r/LawSchool is a Subreddit for Students and Lawyers with roughly 209K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
For current and former Law School Redditors. Ask questions, seek advice, post outlines, etc. This is NOT a forum for legal advice.
r/LawFirmDiscussion, issues, best practices, and support for lawyers practicing either solo or in a small firm. A subreddit for the business and practice of law, catering to lawyers without the support network of a large firm, and **not** generally for legal analysis or substantive case discussion. Attorney-to-attorney referrals, knowledge-sharing, business and marketing tips, and a lot more!
r/lawA place to discuss developments in the law and the legal profession.
r/Ask_LawyersAnyone may post questions; only lawyers may post answers in comment sections. Questions may relate to current events or general curiosity. Legal advice about your specific situation is forbidden.
r/AspiringLawyersA more open well-moderated subreddit for those in law school AND those interested in law school. Not to be confused with /r/lawschooladmissions which is about the application process, this subreddit is meant to discuss life/challenges/ins and outs of law school itself. Questions about admissions (LSAT, undergrad GPA, "chance me's" are for /r/lawschooladmissions or /r/lsat and ideally wouldn't be posted here.
r/LSATThe best place on Reddit for LSAT advice. The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is the test required to get into an ABA law school. Check out the sidebar for intro guides. Post any questions you have, there are lots of redditors with LSAT knowledge waiting to help.