Alternative Outline for Contracts and Sales, Note on Supplements, and Upcoming

Hello all,

After doing some thinking – and updating – I decided to upload my “crunch time” contracts outline, a nontraditional outline that I color coded and made in a way that (I think) flows. This may not work for some people, but I wanted to upload it to show that there is no “wrong way” to study or condense materials. The only requirement, in my opinion, is that it work for you. I also have a more traditionally styled Civil Procedure outline that I hope to upload and am in the process of updating.

I also wanted to show how some memory devices can be/were implemented, and how sometimes the best mnemonics or memory devices and tricks for YOU are not in your lectures.

Below find links to both a colorized and black-and-white PDF version of the contracts and sales outline, or find them on our Study Materials Page!

contracts and sales mini color – copy

contracts and sales mini – copy

SOON TO COME: Based on requests, I am going to work on compiling a document of memory devices, mnemonics, and tricks that I found helpful and/or came up with.

Finally, if you are beginning to freak out or feel bar-prep-company overwhelmed, I would recommend you look into or buy any supplements by tomorrow. As far as supplements I prefer and have reviewed, you can find my reviews archived on this website. You should have no difficulty with either discount link below, but if you do encounter an issue, please feel free to contact me.

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Coming Soon

Hi Law Students and Bar Examinees,

In the coming week I plan on updating my Studicata Product Review, as I have been given access to their July product and there are some nice new features, bonuses, and price changes. Similarly, I have received two requests: a flowchart on Jurisdiction for Civil Procedure and a condensed outline for – wait for it – Civil Procedure. Look for that material towards the end of next week/beginning of June. I generally take requests in 3’s to prevent overloading myself, so if you have a request on any (for now, MBE) topic, get it in via comments, my contact page, facebook, or twitter quickly!

Happy Thursday/Happy Studying!