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It reinforces what you know and gives you great practice in answering exam questions.
This book does that, there are flow charts that help make sense of how the rules fit together and good explanations of the key topics.
I highly recommend this book to supplement whatever text book you are currently using.
To many flow charts. it is all flow charts which it really confusing when you just need something simplified and that is not how your brain works.Published 5 months ago by Tiff
I love crunch time for studying. I think they are a necessity for preparing for finals. The outlines and questions are amazing.Published 7 months ago by Kristin
Someone recommended me to use this. I really liked the flow charts in it but I couldn't take it into the final. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ashley M.
I used it to study for my tort finals and it was very useful for quickly reviewing topics. Covered negligence and intentional torts very well.Published 11 months ago by Chris Weeda
I used this outline but used another - Kaplan, for the commercial outline but only to supplement my own. Read morePublished 11 months ago by H S
As others have already said, the flowcharts are particularly helpful, and Emmanuel is generally solid, but I think ultimately SnapLaw's funny animations were more effective at... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Xavier
This little bitty guy is better than than the big boy. You really shouldn't need the biggin, and if so, good luck. You'll need it.Published 12 months ago by Stanley Stabs
This was a great supplement. About half way through my first semester I realized the value of supplements. This was great for the "crunch time". Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pearlann
This book is a must. Very good and very helpful. I am Pro Se in my case and I find this book essential.Published 19 months ago by Andrea C. Kaestner