Blond's Law Guides
From the start of classes to your final exams, Blond's Law Guides help you succeed in law school. Early in the semester and before each class, review the case summaries for clues on what to look for in a case. Throughout the semester, refer to the topical flow charts to understand the big picture of your course. As exam time draws near, utilize the summary outlines for semester review and mnemonics for essay prep. Features include: Case Clips that cover the key facts, issues, and rules you really need to know EasyFlow(tm) Charts that tie the key concepts together Outlines that hone in on what's important, leaving you with more time to learn Proven mnemonics that help you organize your essays and spot issues Blond's Law Guides provide clear, concise, and effective study guidance for the entire semester. Look for other Blond's Law Guides in the following course areas: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Property and Torts.
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