From the beginning, Lawschole has been driven by the interests and involvement of our incredible and engaged law students. We are a growing law-student forum focused on improving our collection of law school news and opportunities, and enhancing the forum experience. We are a great resource, offering opportunities for students to be active in a variety of topics and to engage with each other in an interesting and safe online environment. It is a forum where law students can share thoughts, seek opinions and advice, and learn something new from other members of the forum. Found by a final year law student, it is an online platform by law students, for law students.
About the Blog
Lawschole’s Blog is a collection of work by various law students across the country. Student Editors work involves editing and ensuring quality content on the website. Typically this will involve proofreading articles, checking footnotes, and verifying all sources cited by the authors.
Student Editors gain valuable experience in high-level academic writing in law and develop excellent analytical and legal skills. They also get the opportunity to work with the members and other law students in the forum. The role is totally voluntary. Student Editors are also acknowledged within the publication.
Submission Registration and Application Details
Applications for 2020 close at 11:59 PM on 12th July 2020.
If Lawschole gets suitable applicants for all the positions, the call for applications can be closed before the above mentioned last date. Hence individuals are requested to apply as soon as possible.
Your application should consist of
1. A CV (Not More than Two Pages)
2. Cover Letter (about 500 words)
3. Write-Up (Blog Style) (about 1000 words) (Detailed research papers are not accepted)
All applications must only be emailed to email@example.com as per the stipulated deadline. The Subject of the emailed application must contain the wording “Application for the position of Student Editor”. Applications must be accompanied by the above-mentioned documents.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org