From the FLP mailbox:
Ms. JD wants you to help us promote women in the legal profession! Male or female, 1L or 3L, we hope that you’ll turn to Ms. JD to find and ask questions on interviewing, taking the bar exam, and surviving law school; to share your own experiences as a law student;and to network with other law students and employers across the country.
Join the Ms. JD Network!
Ms. JD is proud to launch the first law-focused community networking site. Interested in connecting with other students who want to be tax lawyers? Public defenders? U.S. Attorneys? Need a way to communicate with members of your law student organization? Take a few minutes to sign up for the Ms. JD Network, which allows you to communicate with and search for law students and lawyers across the country, connect with established lawyers for mentoring and advice, and set up private groups for purposes of organization and communication. Signing up is easy! [See here.]
Use Ms. JD to host your own personal blog!
Do your family and friends wonder what your life is like at law school? Have you always wanted a free and easy way to create your own blog? Ms. JD allows law students free hosting, webspace and url to blog about their lives as law students! Click here to learn more.
Connect with law students through the Ms. JD National Women Law Students’ Network!
Ms. JD is working to connect women’s law organizations around the country so that they can communicate with one another on key issues and help each other to network and collaborate. Joining the network takes
only seconds– click here to learn more!
Are you passionate about promoting women in the legal profession? Ms. JD wants you to join us! Click here to learn more.
Some professors may be skeptical about on-line community-building, but it can work (you are reading this blog, after all). So, as Feminist Law Professors, let’s pay forward some of the mentoring we’ve received over the years by taking the small (but appreciated) step of registering with Ms. JD.