Legal Ease
Legal Ease
Legal Ease free download for Mac

Legal Ease for Mac1.0

29 April 2009

Law School and Multistate Bar Exam Review.

What is Legal Ease for Mac

Legal Ease includes 800 attorney-authored flashcard style questions with detailed explanations for not just the correct answer, but the incorrect answers as well. You can review the questions as you would regular paper flashcards, or use our unique patent-pending software to create customized practice tests mixing and matching categories. You choose how many questions. You choose which categories of the law to include. The software tracks how well you do in each subject so you know what you need to brush up on.

Legal Ease includes the following subjects:

  • Contracts
  • Torts
  • Evidence
  • Criminal Law
  • Property Law
  • Civil Procedure

The question-explanation pairings are engineered to highlight critical legal principles, identify minute distinctions, and teach you how to pass in class and pass the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE). The method is designed to teach you the nuances of the law most commonly tested by professors and MBE examiners, while building a strong legal foundation of knowledge. You can use it while still in law school to study and quiz yourself on one particular subject. You can use it to study for the MBE. It's the first flashcard study aid designed to follow you from your first day of law school to the day before the Multistate Bar Exam.

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