Exam Solution Series: Evidence
The Evidence Substantive Law Final Exam Solution is part of the Exam Solution® series, and is a recorded, 5-hour lecture covering the substantive law with a corresponding substantive law outline and three essay exams with sample answers.
Relevancy, Character, Impeachment, Opinion, Authentication, Best Evidence, Types of Evidence, Burdens/Presumptions, Judicial Notice, Hearsay; [Exclusions, Exemptions, Exceptions] Privileges.
This 5-hour Evidence Substantive Law lecture combines the substantive rules with exam approaches and checklists. The presentation begins with a comprehensive review of the substantive law with a corresponding substantive law outline. Approaches and checklists are integrated throughout to enhance your legal knowledge and reasoning skills.
Next, two actual practice exams are presented to show you proper exam skills for law students, and to show you how to prepare for your law school exam. You learn how to interpret the calls of the question and how to spot issues, organize those issues, and write the superior answer based on those issues, using the exam study tips, strategies, and methods you need to succeed.
As an additional bonus, you are given a third practice essay exam to write and submit to our attorney readers for evaluation and grading. This feedback serves as a study guide for law students. This personal, individualized feedback will show you how to enhance your exam skills. You will also receive a sample answer with your detailed, audio feedback via Dropbox from our attorney readers within two weeks of our receipt of your writing sample in Fleming's offices.
This skills course for law students combines substantive law, legal essay exam analysis with demonstration, and the opportunity for you to have your written work personally evaluated by our attorney readers. This combination enhances your legal knowledge and your legal exam issue spotting, analysis, and application skills. You will come away from this course with the study techniques every law student needs to excel in law school.