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This is a great list of Twitter accounts that law students should consider following (and not just because yours truly comes in at #25). The list includes some really informative tweeters, definite must-follows for law students. The majority of these accounts tweet legal news and tips for law students.

80 Great Twitter Feeds for Law Students

If we were going to make a top five list (in no particular order) this would be ours!!

  1. @LNLawSchool,
  2. @TheEdLawProf,
  3. @FollowtheLawyer,
  4. @pag2010, and
  5. @GirlsGuidetoLS.

For more recommendations tweet us @StudentAppeal, and we’ll point out a few other awesome law-tweeps.

 
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