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Current Law Students / Discuss law and make some $$
« on: March 02, 2009, 10:28:11 PM »
Hello all,

On we know that law students can use some extra cash,
As a result we have the following structure in place,

Paid forums (subjects), if you post in these forums with quality posts, relevant and on topic you could get paid!.

* you post 3 test posts to qualify as a paid poster
* you PM the admin (me) to point to your posts for evaluation and apply for paid posting
* You must be approved before you become a paid poster, so during this time either don't post or do so for free!
* you can only have 1 account
* you only get paid in the Subjects forums
* 1 upload in the case notes sharing counts as a post
* You post only on topic and only if you actually study or studied the subject
* Your posts mustn't be recognized as flood or spam
* You will get paid $0.10 (10 posts is $1)
* Minimal payment is $5 ( 50 posts)
* There is a max of paid posters, so if its full its full.


Current Law Students / need some help
« on: February 25, 2009, 09:26:25 PM »
Hello all,

My name is Mike, you might have seen me promoting my site on here, shamelessly!

I am actually in need of some help,
What is trying to do is support distant learning LLB/LLM/JD students with their study load, of course regular students are welcome as we all work on the same subjects! We support each other and publish our findings. The forums are not used for small talk too much, mostly it is on topic issues and challenged we face everyday trying to get through the subjects.

We have forums, job search, file sharing etc etc.

What I need some help with is moderation, ideas and ways to improve the site and of course PROMOTION!

Current Law Students / and teamed up!
« on: February 24, 2009, 10:09:28 PM »
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Now allows you to search for a job and apply online. You can sign up to register for 'Job Alerts'; a free service that allows you to receive jobs to your inbox that match your criteria as soon as they are registered. Adding your CV into your account also increases your chances of being headhunted.

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Begin your search  visit the site to sign up today.

Online Law Schools / new forum for distance learning law student
« on: November 03, 2008, 03:17:30 AM »

I am Mike and study law at a University in the UK while living in Asia. Although this forum has a great section for people like me that study by correspondence it seems that the particular forum actually discuss distance learning too much.

I have created a forum mostly to help me with keep on track of my studies and perhaps to find some people in the same situation that like to share or study together online and make it all a bit easier.

Hope to see you on


I am 35 and will start with my LLB by correspondence soon, 3 kids (2 3 and 4 yr old boys)
Living in a foreign country, running my own business and just feel like its too late.

I will be 40 when I finish,.... seriously depressed that it wont matter anymore..
Anyone wanna kick some sense into me!

Law School Admissions / Hello all, from Tokyo Japan
« on: October 29, 2008, 02:43:23 AM »
Hello, I am new here..

I am in a bit of a stupid self inflicted situation.
I recently applied for the external LLB program at London Uni.

In my application I omitted to mention I have studied previously elsewhere for 1 semester with good grades in Legal Systems, Criminal Law and Contemporary issues in Law and Society subjects. Also I have a finished certificate degree from the same University.

My reason for omitting this was due to me owing some money to the university and I didn't want this to surface.

London Uni has accepted my application on the condition I first finish a (any) course to show I have can participate on Uni level studies. I am mid thirties and other then the above I have absolutely no schooling what so ever as I started working before High school.

I am positive and sure about my success if I undertake this degree, I do not however want to lose another year (I am not getting younger) by first doing another (1 year course)

I wonder, if I let them know now at this stage that I omitted some information (above) how would I go about this? would I put my chances at risk? Should I do the extra year (also financially not the best choice)



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