The Legal Research Survival Manual with Video Modules, 2d
A legal research survival guide that students are talking about.
The co-authors and other highly regarded law school professors demystify legal research. This course supplements law school texts with 12-month access to 13 video modules, supporting documents, and quizzes, along with a lifetime downloadable eBook and the manual in print. Topics covered include:
- U.S. court system
- How cases came to be published
- Judicial opinions’ parts and how to read them
- Online systems and ways to search them
- Basics of legislation and legislative history
- Secondary sources
- Research strategy
Consult this book when you’re beginning law school and later when you want a legal research refresher.
1L of a Ride: A Well-Traveled Professor's Roadmap to Success in the First Year of Law School, 2d, Includes Video Course
A complete guide to the 1L experience.
Providing a candid step-by-step roadmap to both academic and emotional success in law school’s crucial first year, this expanded edition covers topics such as: top student fears, first-year curriculum, effective class preparation, type of students and professors, case-briefing, note-taking, course-outlining, legal-research and writing, exam preparation, essay and multiple-choice exam strategies, stress management and much more. Now available with 13 videos and short self-assessment quizzes designed to present a comprehensive picture of the 1L experience.
The Weekend MPRE: Complete Preparation for the MPRE in Only a Weekend’s Time
Prepare for the MPRE in only a weekend's time.
The new Weekend MPRE video course is designed to prepare you for the MPRE in only a weekend's time, primarily through thoughtful explanations of the most tested aspects of the rules of professional responsibility. This bundle includes 12-month digital access to 14 video modules, quizzes, practice exams, and a Short & Happy Guide to the MPRE, plus a softcover print book and a lifetime downloadable eBook.
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Why Videos? Research shows students gain not only from reading, but seeing and hearing, in part because video helps accommodate diverse learning styles in addition to enhancing comprehension and retention.