If you’re an aspiring lawyer and need a guide to law, you’ve come to the right place. This annotated guide to law and government contains links to useful and reliable websites on a variety of topics. The primary focus of this resource is on sites that contain full texts of laws, regulations, court decisions, and legal commentary from other lawyers. Getting the information you need can be challenging if you don’t know where to start.
The Vault Career Guide to Law, Third Edition, provides insider insights on the legal industry, and helps you break into or advance in the field. You’ll learn how to start a solo practice or national litigation firm, as well as how to master the art of the job search. Unlike other legal guides, this resource is free and requires no subscription. However, it may contain links to Lexis + and should be used with a valid subscription.
A Student’s Guide to Law School offers practical advice from a recent top-ranked graduate. It’s packed with useful tools and advice for law school, law review, and law firm success. Andrew Ayers explains how the law school experience works, and offers valuable insight into how to succeed. His first clerkship was with Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and his notes have been refined throughout his early career. The book is an invaluable resource for any aspiring lawyer or law student.