Friday, October 18, 2013
The Essentials: Constitutional Law
Throughout my years as a tutor for the bar exam, I’ve worked with many students who are preparing for the Multistate Bar Exam (“MBE”). It’s become obvious to me that, although some of the content is quite complex, the difficulty of this test is primarily in the amount of material that the test-makers require, rather than the content of the material itself.
As such, I’ve created a resource that I hope will act as a supplement to the outlines that students use when preparing for the exam. This resource alone does not cover all of the material that must be learned in any given subject, as that is not the intent. Rather, based upon my knowledge both of the issues that show up most often in the practice questions, as well as the patterns I’ve noticed in regard to important areas of law that students often overlook in the outlines, I’ve created a resource that narrows down the content to what I deem essential in any given subject. In addition, I’ve created the outline in a manner that I believe is very conducive to learning the law; namely, it is written in a question and answer format to provide for a more conversational presentation than is provided in traditional outlines.
"The Essentials: Constitutional Law" contains 51 questions and answers covering the most heavily tested topics within Constitutional Law tested on the MBE. It's available for $12.00, and once purchased can be downloaded immediately.
Posted by Sean Silverman at 8:49 AM