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Update (Nov. 22) – This contest is now over. But you can still get a low-cost license over at Law Study Systems.

With fall breaks under way or over, law school final exams are just around the corner. AAAHHH!!!

Just kidding. There’s no reason to panic. There are lots of great tools to help you ace your exams.

Law Study Systems is definitely one to check out. They have online review courses for Contracts, Torts, and Criminal Law. And you can win a free pass to their Torts course!!

All you have to do is post a comment on this article that answers the following question. I will pick a random comment from the post, and notify that person that he/she has won. The winner will receive instructions to register for the FREE Torts Essentials course (a $30 value!).

In your Torts studies, what topic seems the hardest to understand or makes you the most nervous?

I’ll go first, to break the ice. :) Since I just took the Virginia bar exam, I definitely spent some time studying torts. Negligence makes me nervous. It’s a slippery ball of snot!

Now it’s your turn. If you’d like to win a free Torts Essentials course from Law Study Systems, post a comment below!

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6 Responses to “FREE Law Review Course – Tort Worries?”

  1. [...] Update (Oct. 10) – This contest is now over. To win a free Torts course, check out the current contest: FREE Law Review Course – Tort Worries?. [...]

  2. dreamy1
    October 13th, 2007

    The one thing about my Torts Class that gave me the confuzzled look a lot was Negligence. It’s hard to tell who’s at fault sometimes, and what percentage if any the injured party is at fault. Since I live in NY, where this is a factor, I spent a lot of time studying it.

  3. Dining Tables
    October 15th, 2007

    I am not really interested in going back to class. I however compliment you on this particular blog which will be useful to those who do.

  4. Robert
    November 18th, 2007

    I must say that Products Liability, which covers manufacturing/design defects and warnings give troubles. It seems to be a public policy argument most of th e time. The law doesn’t really have a “rule” that applies. I guess each case is different, hence the “guidelines” rather than strict rule.

  5. sifali bitkiler
    April 11th, 2008

    I however compliment you on this particular blog which will be useful to those who do.

  6. Marilyn
    December 9th, 2008

    I am having a hard time with causation, actual cause, proximate cause, loss of chance…. study it like crazy this week.

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