Oct 7, 2011

Student's Delight

Even a brilliant lawyer would have difficulties writing his case brief. Well, let's just say I have a few lawyer friends who complain a lot about it. They are under pressure and in a race to win their game; they just have to be sure they are winning all the time.

What better way to do a case brief than to use important online tools, such as online dictionary for correct words and spelling. That is very important. And of course, the use of Quimbee, where anything related to law can be found. Casebooks, videos, and you name it, this Website has it. From business associations to civil procedures, to criminal procedure and evidences, as well as patent and international law, this Website is a good resource. If you search for property, securities regulation to torts, bankruptcy, contracts, research and writing, and even case files. Imagine, they have Bush vs Gore, as well as all other big shot cases.

If I were a law student using Quimbee, I will graduate in law school with flying colors. Seriously! What else would I need? Kidding aside, the Website is quite helpful really. It makes it easier for anyone to understand law as all important piece of information about law can be found in this Website.

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