I jumped on Facebook Live to talk all about my new Law Student Group.
Have you read any of my recent email newsletters? Have you been on my Lawyer In The Making Facebook page recently? Then you will have definitely seen me talk about the free Facebook Group I have created for law students.
Yesterday went live on Facebook quickly on the Lawyer In The Making page to talk a bit more about the group. The video included useful information regarding who the group is for. As well as how to get involved and also what you can expect from the group.
The group isn’t just for me to share content and start discussions (though I will be doing that a lot). It is a space for everyone to engage with other students. Law Students from all over the world, studying different legal topics and areas and living in countries where laws are different.
I will also be going ‘live’ a lot in this group. Covering topics such as CVs and Cover Letters through to study tips, how to get work experience, what you should be doing whilst studying and lots more.
Don’t forget to request to join the Facebook group, plus the link is in the comments section of the video.
I am really excited to grow the Law Student Group and create a platform where we can share, discuss, ask questions and support one another.
How can you help me grow the Law Student Group?
Please do share this post with your fellow law students and also tag them in the comments on the video above so that they like the Lawyer In The Making Facebook Page (and don’t forget to join the Law Student Group).
Excited to have you be part of the Law Student Group and keen to get to know you better!
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