Civil Procedure AudioLearn - A Course Outline
- Narrated by: Terry Rose
- Length: 11 hrs and 28 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-02-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: AudioLearn
Regular price: $24.95
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Written by distinguished law professors and professionally narrated for easy listening, this outline covers what is typically taught in a law school Civil Procedure law course.
Included are detailed explanations of critical issues and topics you must know to master the course.
Inside you'll find:
In this outline, we’ll review the following:
Notice & Service of Process
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Choice of Law-The Erie Doctrine
Multiple Claims & Parties
Adjudication Without Trial
Post Trial Procedure
You also get two bonus audiobooks (7+ hours of audio):
Law School Survival Guide
Legal Terminology - Top 500 Legal Terms You Must Know!
AudioLearn's Law Outlines support your studies, help with exam preparation, and provide a comprehensive audio review of the topic matter.
Please note: About 4+ hours is dedicated to the course material and about 7 hours is composed of the 2 bonus audiobooks!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Jessica on 02-17-18
Not for casual listeners
Other reviewers are disappointed because it’s basically just an outline, read aloud. If you’re actually studying for the bar exam, however, these outlines are gold. They don’t cover a ton of cases because you don’t need to know cases on the bar. If you’re looking for a supplement for bar study, this is PERFECT for those times when you can’t stomach writing another practice essay and you just don’t have enough focus for memorization to be effective. I also listen while looking through my Critical Pass cards (they generally go in the same order, because every bar prep tool is now keyed to Barbri’s course outline). Casual listening? Eh. Law school supplement? Probably too broad. Bar prep? Primo.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Z.H. on 10-08-15
Garbage don't waste your money
This book claims to review landmark cases and it does not. I tried to find a table of contents before purchase but I was unsuccessful and so I trusted the description and purchased the book. The author flies through the topics. Not once during personal jurisdiction does he mention Pennoyer or any of the other important cases. He did give two quotes one from WWVW and one from Int'l Shoe. Saying that he flies through the topics is truly an understatement. He needs to shred this book and start over.
22 of 27 people found this review helpful