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September 12, 2005

Bar Review Flashcards

Ok, this won't help anyone at this very moment since I don't think it's possible to take a bar exam for the next few months, but if a bar exam is anywhere in your future, make yourself a little note to check out these Bar Review flashcards from Emory Law Student. Adam's notes about the cards:

They come mostly from BarBri and PMBR materials, as well as my lecture notes and even (when I could dig 'em up) my class notes from law school. Some of them will be specific to Georgia, but the MBE cards (Con Law, Contracts, Crim, Evidence, Property, and Torts) should be useful to everyone...

Adam also has a template for making flashcards in Word and directions for printing them out so you can make your own. Thanks, Adam!

Posted by mowabb at September 12, 2005 08:07 AM

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I also highly recommend these online flash cards:


Posted by: TSCGirl at September 14, 2005 12:18 AM