Illustrated Law: Tort Concepts

Learning law doesn’t need to be difficult. On one extreme are traditional law textbooks, which are essentially bricks of dense text with no images and a slew of rhetorical questions. On the other extreme are commercial outlines and case briefs, which rely on the authors’ subjective interpretations of judicial opinions to provide paraphrased information too

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Learning law doesn’t need to be difficult. On one extreme are traditional law textbooks, which are essentially bricks of dense text with no images and a slew of rhetorical questions. On the other extreme are commercial outlines and case briefs, which rely on the authors’ subjective interpretations of judicial opinions to provide paraphrased information too short on details to be useful. Illustrated Law books make learning law simple and effective. These unique books apply the latest findings of cognitive science to maximize learning. Each book narrowly focuses on the key elements of each legal case while retaining the sentences from judicial opinions verbatim, so no facts or reasoning are paraphrased. Illustrated Law books also contain dozens of drawings to illustrate the facts of each case, so the information is easier to envision and retain in the reader’s memory. Finally, unlike the rhetorical questions of traditional textbooks, Illustrated Law books contain questions and answers throughout so the reader can apply what they learn and test what they remember. Illustrated Law books are the efficient way to learn the law. Books currently available: Criminal Justice, and Tort Concepts. Coming soon: Constitutional Law, Property Law Concepts, and Contract Law Concepts.

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M. Peyreau says:

Five Stars Very effective at conveying information and helping me understanding tort concepts. I used this for test preparation.

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