Top Organizing Apps for Law Students

From Law School Toolbox:

Staying organized is a major part of being a successful law student. If you are losing your handouts, taking notes in different places, or constantly losing your study materials, chances are you won’t study effectively.

Top Organizing Apps for Law StudentsThankfully, modern technology can come to your rescue. The phone or tablet you may be reading this on can become your organizational multi-tool. In this post, we highlight several top applications for staying organized in law school. From note taking apps to calendar organizers, this list will get you moving in the right direction to becoming more organized.

Here are some great apps that can help you stay organized in law school:

  1. Evernote
  2. iStudiez Pro
  3. Genius Scan
  4. Dropbox
  5. Simplemind
  6. Law in a Flash
  7. Quizlet

 

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London Law Lectures – update

New audio lectures from London Law Lectures!

RESULTING TRUSTS RECORDING UPDATED
In Patel v Mirza (2017), the Supreme Court conducted an extensive review of the case law on restitution and the illegality defence, as well as the rationale underlying the Tinsley principle and decided that it was time for Tinsley to be overruled.

The recorded lecture on resulting trusts has been updated with an analysis of the decision. To purchase the presentation CLICK HERE

[If you have already viewed the presentation you may have to clear your history to view the updated material.]

MORE RECORDINGS
To see the complete set of recordings available in each subject area please click the links below:

LAW OF CONTRACT
PROPERTY LAW (LAND LAW)
LAW OF TRUSTS
CRIMINAL LAW
LAW OF TORT
EU LAW
LEGAL SYSTEM & METHOD

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Jurisprudence 2017 – the examination

London Law Lectures – news

Jurisprudence 2017 – the examinationLondon Law Lectures has posted an updated lecture on Resulting Trusts:

RESULTING TRUSTS RECORDING UPDATED
In Patel v Mirza (2017), the Supreme Court conducted an extensive review of the case law on restitution and the illegality defence, as well as the rationale underlying the Tinsley principle and decided that it was time for Tinsley to be overruled.

The recorded lecture on resulting trusts has been updated with an analysis of the decision.

How Visual Learning Tools Can Help You in Law School (lawschooltoolbox)

From LawSchoolToolBox about an approach to learning for law school students. We find this interesting, because our “Diagrams and Flowcharts” sections of our study guides are a small attempt at visual learning.

Check out the full article below.

How Visual Learning Tools Can Help You in Law School: An Interview with SketchyLaw

We recently sat down with Kipp Mueller, co-founder of SketchyLaw, an innovative visual review supplement for law school and bar exam students. Using hand drawn original video scenes, SketchyLaw aims to help students review and remember important legal concepts in a unique way. We spoke to Kipp about the story of SketchyLaw, how it works, and why he thinks law students will benefit from signing up.

SketchyLaw is structured as a “freemium” program, meaning we have several videos you can access for free and if you pay a small fee, you get access to the full curriculum. Our goals are to be student friendly, cheap, and easy to use. We don’t try to nickel and dime our students; we just have one simple price. At the end of the day, the program was made by law students, for law students.

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Law Student Newsletter for March 2017

Law Student Newsletter for March 2017

 

The latest Legal Yankee newsletter is now available: new articles, resources and more for law students.

This month:

  • Want to write a blog post for Legal Yankee?
  • When is the Best Time to Start Outlining Your Law School Courses?
  • New lecture recordings: Property and Trusts
  • New: Criminal Law Study Guide, third edition
  • Jurisprudence 2017 – the examination
  • Top barrister takes to Twitter to reveal what law schools don’t (but really should) teach their students

 

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