Summer Offer | Virtual Law Work Experience Programme

As you may have guessed from the blog post title, it is Summer Offer time!

There has been a lot of interest in my Virtual Law Work Experience Programme which I am so excited about and you can see the initial email  I sent around here as well as the blog post all about it.

I mentioned in the email and the programme information that the programme runs all year and there may be offers going up throughout the year with money off codes.  Well today is offer time!

Summer Offer

SPECIAL OFFER VIRTUAL LAW WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME £100

summer offer

Instead of the price being £250 for the programme, I am offering a summer discount, taking the price down to £100 per person! That is a saving of £150.  This is the cheapest offer I am going to be running on the programme ever.  Plus this programme is considerably cheaper than the one I paid for.

The reason I am putting this offer out there is because I know a couple of people have got in touch saying they would like to undertake the programme but couldn’t afford to at the moment, but it was the ideal time whilst they were on holiday.

The programme

As you are aware I have created the Virtual Law Work Experience Programme to cover the whole of the United States (rather than just New York which is where I undertook mine with the company that no longer exists).  I am hoping to expand this programme and potentially branch out to other countries as the year goes on.

Part of the programme enables you to write some content for law firms all over the United States on various legal topics, benefitting them but also giving you exposure to new areas of law, developing your research and writing skills as well as making some great connections.

There are 6 written tasks for law firms and then a final piece, none of the work is overly time consuming and you can either undertake the 6 written tasks in 6 or 12 weeks.  It won’t interfere heavily with your studies and if needs be you can always start and put a hold on tasks if you get too busy.

more information

Don’t forget that you can email me if you have any questions on the programme, the types of work you would be doing, a more in-depth breakdown of the skills you will be gaining or developing or any other questions you have.

I had the best time when I undertook the programme a few years ago, and because I gained so much from doing it, plus I always get asked about it in interviews, so when I realised the company I was telling you to go and look at didn’t exist anymore, I created my own programme.

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A brief guide to being a law student

I am so excited to announce that my e-book ‘A brief guide to being a law student’ will be available to purchase very very soon.

It has been an amazing project to work on, and I will explain all about why I made the decision to write the e-book as well as why there has been a slight delay in launching it.

Here is the front cover Of a brief guide to being a law student

A brief guide to being a law student.

A brief guide to being a law student.

I have been very lucky to work with We Are Mogul on this, and it is handy because they get me, and what Lawyer In The Making is and stands for, and they have brilliant ideas and know all of the tech based stuff too!

I can’t wait for you to see a lot more of it and I will be sharing sneak peaks over the coming weeks.  As soon as I have a launch date I will let you know but in the meantime make sure you subscribe to my weekly newsletter as I will be sharing a discount code to all of my followers.   Here is a copy of the launch email that I sent to my subscribers and you can subscribe via this link, as well as on the blog itself.

I hope you find the ebook useful, informative and a resource you can use throughout your legal studies.  I have tried to make it different to the standard ‘how to be a law student’ books on the market, and I really hope you enjoy giving it a read.

ebook twitter account – a brief guide to being a law student

I have set up a separate twitter profile for the ebook and you can find it here.  Do follow for ebook launch updates, sneak peaks and lots more information, and if you can retweet and share with friends, family, colleagues and fellow law students I would be extremely grateful.

Rebecca x

Virtual Law Work Experience Programme – email

There has been a lot of interest in my Virtual Law Work Experience Programme which I am so excited about.  I sent around an email this week which you can check out here.

Don’t forget that the programme runs all year and there may be offers going up throughout the year with money off codes.

Whilst you are on my website or newsletter make sure you subscribe to my weekly newsletter, that way you can stay up to date on all the blog posts I share as well as events I will be running, and some other exciting bits and pieces I have planned for this year.

Plus I will be sharing discount codes for the work experience programme on there too!

As you are aware I have created the Virtual Law Work Experience Programme to cover the whole of the United States (rather than just New York which is where I undertook mine with the company that no longer exists).  I am hoping to expand this programme and potentially branch out to other countries as the year goes on.

Part of the programme enables you to write some content for law firms all over the United States on various legal topics, benefitting them but also giving you exposure to new areas of law, developing your research and writing skills as well as making some great connections.

Don’t forget that you can email me if you have any questions on the programme, the types of work you would be doing, a more in-depth breakdown of the skills you will be gaining or developing or any other questions you have.

I had the best time when I undertook the programme a few years ago, and because I gained so much from doing it, plus I always get asked about it in interviews, so when I realised the company I was telling you to go and look at didn’t exist anymore, I created my own programme.

Where in the world you would like to undertake some work experience from (from the comfort of your own home)?

Rebecca

As you all know I absolutely loved the Virtual New York Law Work Experience I undertook quite a few years ago.  So many of you regularly ask me about it, but sadly the company that ran it does not exist anymore, so I decided to create a programme for you.  This programme is not limited to New York it covers the whole of the US and I really hope you enjoy it.

I am looking to potentially expand this further over the coming months and years to offer other countries as well.

So if you are a law student anywhere in the world, and have a high level of written english then get involved.

Check out the Information Pack by clicking on this link Virtual Law Work Experience – Info Pack

There is a fee with this programme, it covers the Skype calls and training I will give us as well as the overall facilitation of the programme.  There was a fee when I undertook the programme, but I have made it around £200 cheaper.

If you would like to ask me any more questions then send me an email with the heading: Virtual Law Work Experience Programme.

Lots of you seem keen already and I really hope you enjoy the programme and take away a lot from it.  You will learn and develop skills, and connect with some amazing US firms.  There are already a lot of firms on board so if you do want to sign up then we can get you started as soon as you are ready.

If the fee is potentially a problem, I will take instalments in some circumstances.

I look forward to helping you with this programme, working alongside you as well as helping you create some great content in different areas of law and in a different jurisdiction.

I hope you will find it lots of fun!

Rebecca x