created in 2010
Subreddit covering the Supreme Court of the United States, its past, present and future cases, its members, and its impact on the nation.
Discussion, 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!
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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is offered four times per year, and you must write it to get into an ABA law school.
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A community to share stories related to the growing Modern Political and Social Progressive Movement. The Modern Progressive Movement advocates change and reform through directed governmental action. The Modern Progressive Movement stands in opposition of conservative or reactionary ideologies.