Law School for Everyone

September 3, 2019 - Comment

The skills lawyers wield in courtrooms across the country are the result of years of study. As much as we’d like to cultivate these same skills, the truth is that you cannot know how a lawyer thinks and works without studying the law itself. Now there’s an easier way to get the same foundational knowledge

The skills lawyers wield in courtrooms across the country are the result of years of study. As much as we’d like to cultivate these same skills, the truth is that you cannot know how a lawyer thinks and works without studying the law itself.

Now there’s an easier way to get the same foundational knowledge as lawyers – without the enormous time and financial commitment. Over the span of 48 lectures, four experienced lawyers and teachers recreate key parts of the first-year law student experience, introducing you to main areas of law most every beginning student studies.

You’ll start with 12 lectures on litigation and legal practice that offer eye-opening answers to many questions about the art and craft of legislation. In the second 12 lectures, you’ll learn how criminal law and procedure – an area of law dramatized by countless TV shows – really works. Additional lectures investigate the civic procedures courts follow to resolve disputes about substantive rights and examine broader questions any system of litigation must address. And 12 lectures are devoted entirely to the stranger-than-fiction topic of tort law.

Enriched with famous cases from the annals of American law and powerful arguments by some of history’s most successful lawyers, these lectures offer access to an often intimidating, surprisingly accessible, and civically important field.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Five Stars Great overview of important points in law that are not obvious, with example case descriptions.

Anonymous says:

Great way to get exposure to law school before going Length:: 1:50 Mins As the founder of LSAT Blog and a longtime LSAT coach, I’ve found that too many students don’t actually know what law school will be like. This gives them in-depth exposure to law school at a SIGNIFICANT fraction of the price. This audiobook is a great way to make a better-informed decision before taking on the massive law school investment (of both money and time).If you haven’t yet applied, or you’re looking for advice on law school…

Anonymous says:

Very interesting and fast paced, read by professors who’s voices are NOT annoying! thank you!! Fast paced, not boring and very interesting! listened to it two it twice. read by professors who’s voices are NOT annoying! thank you!!

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