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Do you want to receive weekly insights from successful lawyers straight to your inbox? Advice on acing that all-important interview? Oracles answering your questions about your journey into the profession? Register for your FREE MyLCN account today and use this guide to help you make the most of this excellent tool!
Stay on top of your applications with MyLCN! Plus, receive LCN’s weekly email to have the latest news, advice and firm insights delivered straight to your inbox.
Tired of missing deadlines and interesting events? Use LCN’s Calendar function to stay organised. You can use LCN’s Events page to find law firm Q&As, webinars, insight days, workshops, plus lots more that you might be interested in. Click the ‘Add to MyLCN’ button to add the events to your Calendar.
Save a list of your favourite firms, make notes and keep track of your application progress all in one place!
You can add firms by visiting their LCN profile and hitting the bookmark button. Once they’re saved to your MyLCN Firms page, you can add notes and update your status depending on what stage you are in an application – for example:
As well as bookmarking your favourite LCN Features, LCN Says, Oracles, Blogs, Commercial Questions to refer to later, you can also use the Pages section to make notes on these pieces.
To write notes on articles, you’ll need to bookmark it first. Once it’s bookmarked, almost immediately a ‘write a note’ option will appear underneath the ‘bookmark’ button. You can then view your notes next time you open the article.
All bookmarked pages will appear in your ‘Pages’ when you’re logged into your MyLCN account.
MyLocker is a central applications hub that allows candidates to store key information (eg, GCSE and A-level results) which is then copied into most AllHires Graduate application forms. This means you can focus your time and effort on the information that’s specific to individual firms, while avoiding the need to repeatedly enter in basic information.
You can see a list of MyLocker enabled firms on your MyLCN account under the MyLocker tab.
Save a list of your favourite chambers, make notes and keep track of your application progress on your MyLCN Chambers page.
You can add chambers by visiting their LawCareers.Net profile and hitting the bookmark button. Once they’re saved to your MyLCN Chambers page, you can add notes and update your status depending on what stage you are in an application – for example:
Courses and Jobs
Like the firms and chambers sections of MyLCN, the Courses and Jobs sections allow you to perform the same actions but with your favourite courses and vacancies.
Want to meet law firms or hear from partners, lawyers and recruiters on hot topics? Keen to find out how you can boost your chance of success in the legal profession?
Use LCN’s Events page to find a list of upcoming webinars, law firm workshops, insight days, Q&As, masterclasses and LOTS more.
Click on the individual listings to find out more about the event and bookmark them to your MyLCN account, where they will appear in your Calendar. You’ll receive a weekly email to remind you of your upcoming events and deadlines.
So, you’ve now got a MyLCN account and have mastered the art of moving around the site and finding the information you need – what next? You can follow LawCareers.Net on Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter to stay up to date with the latest news and advice!
Don’t forget to read our guide on using LawCareers.Net in your legal career research!
Olivia Partridge (she/her) is the content manager at LawCareers.Net.