Law (30 subreddits)

Legal Advice ~ Ask the reddit legal professionals*

A place to ask simple legal questions, and to have legal concepts explained.

  • 184,945 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Law: Covering current developments in law

This is a place for lawyers and non-lawyers to discuss the legal profession and new and interesting legal developments from around the world.

  • 50,252 subscribers
  • A community for 9 years


the greatest posts from /r/legaladvice in one location!

  • 45,428 subscribers
  • A community for 2 years

Reddit School of Law

This is a subreddit for law students, lawyers, and those interested in law school.

  • 26,999 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

cyberlaws: Legal News Related ToTechnology And The Net

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  • 23,338 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

bad leg a lad vice

When someone provides bad legal advice, relay it to us.

  • 9,283 subscribers
  • A community for 3 years

Will justice be served?

Welcome to the subreddit! This is a subreddit for those cases of murder that go unsolved for years, even decades.

Some murders are so shocking and evil that they capture the mind of the general public and it wont let go until a killer is brought to justice. What happens when the murderer doesnt get caught? Theres no sense of closure and the families of the victims are left devastated. Please post information in the comments related to the case!

  • 8,686 subscribers
  • A community for 3 years

crime reddit

criminal matters, crime news offbeat news news Murder Missing persons

  • 8,169 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years


The best place on Reddit for LSAT advice.

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is offered four times per year, and you must write it to get into an ABA law school.

Check out the sidebar for intro guides. Post any questions you have, there are lots of redditors with LSAT knowledge waiting to help.

  • 7,654 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years

Law School Admissions

The subreddit for law school admissions discussion. How to get into American and Canadian law schools. Help with law school personal statements, application requirements, and admissions chances.

  • 5,281 subscribers
  • A community for 3 years
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