Multistate Bar Exam (Mbe) Review
Aspen Publishers, The leading legal education publisher, introduces the first of many new products in the Emanuel Bar Review line. The Rigos Bar Review series, by James J. Rigos, provides a complete, yet manageable approach to Bar Exam preparation, and is an excellent home-study tool for students who are first-time or repeat test-takers. Using the time-tested and effective methods of Jim Rigos’ more than 27 years of Bar Review expertise, this volume of the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) Review, covering Evidence, Constitutional Law, and Criminal Law, Is invaluable as a self-study tool in Bar Review. This text contain comprehensive coverage of the three MBE subjects, and offer strategies for analyzing MBE questions. The unique Magic Memory Outlines software and Make Your Own Exam feature on the free, included CD present a whole new element to studying for the MBE – allowing students to develop successful outlines for memorization of MBE topics while continuing to hone their skills in necessary practice For The exam. Students using Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) Review are not just receiving a print book – they are receiving an entire program built within a successfully validated model. Why students will love Rigos : Comprehensive : Combines excellent coverage and outlines with practice questions with full answer rationales Dependable : Rigos is powered by Emanuel – the same Emanuel who got you through law school with CrunchTime, Law in a Flash, and Emanuel Law Outlines Affordable : Rigos volumes can be purchased individually or as a full set, and provide all the benefits of a comprehensive Bar Review course without requiring you to pay thousands of dollars A name you know. A name you trust. Emanuel Bar Review – helping law students succeed.
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