- Series: Law in a Flash
- Cards: 1600 pages
- Publisher: Aspen Publishers; Flc Crds/B edition (May 4, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0735509948
- ISBN-13: 978-0735509948
- Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 4 x 5.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 32 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #923,496 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I recommend dividing them into separate subjects using rubber bands, and drilling on each subject after first listening to a lecture or reading an outline. Going through one stack of 200 cards can take up to an hour, so I recommend running through these no more than three times and at strategic points in your study schedule (beginning, middle, and a week out from the exam). They complement more comprehensive study materials and were useful to see slightly different phrasing/explanations for key terms and concepts.
Cards are in Q&A format, e.g. "What are the two ways to establish intent for an intentional tort?", which is very different from the "Law in a Flash" Evidence flash cards, which contained full hypotheticals on each card. I believe the Q&A format is faster, and better for memorizing black letter law, which is particularly useful for the MBE, because the MBE contains zero theory or thoughtfulness--instead, success relies on robotic, mechanical application of black letter law.
A small number, maybe 1-2% of the cards are slightly incomplete or unsatisfying in their answers; for instance, a card's answer might say "No" when the real answer is "No, except in [X tiny exception]" or "No, but...". And of course, Civil Procedure is missing. With those caveats, I highly recommend it as an extra aid and, if nothing else, a helpful, low-stress thing to do while you're on the subway/metro!
P.S. To those reviewers saying that First Amendment is not covered, that is incorrect -- they're in there!! The packaging is just a little weird (groups of cards are individually wrapped in plastic), and they're separated from the other Con Law cards. Keep looking, you'll find them!