Some terms in law are very similar and frequently used. Learn the difference between – Present Recollection Refreshed and Past Recollection Recorded
Even after you’ve graduated from three long years of law school, there is still more to be done before you can practice law. Specifically, the state that would license you to become a lawyer wants to ensure that you have all the analytical and legal reasoning skills of a professional lawyer. If you’re a prospective […]
Supplemental jurisdiction may seem confounding or curious, but it really isn’t! Learn how to use this quick tip to guide your supplemental-jurisdiction analysis.
Many states are beginning to pass temporary diploma privilege provisions in light of the pandemic. Find out what it is & how it affects law grads.
Wondering if you should take the UBE in your state? Learn the difference between UBE vs MBE & how to transfer from a UBE to a non-UBE state at UWorld.
Find out how to apply for the New York Bar Exam, including where to find required forms, deadlines, fees & more.
Do you know the constitutional amendment that prohibits the federal courts from hearing certain lawsuits against states?
A remainder can either be vested or contingent. Use this tip to distinguish between the vested and contingent remainder.
We all know that an agreement is formed when an offer is completely accepted by another. Can an acceptance revise of add terms? Use this tip to answer MBE practice questions in the UWorld MBE QBank.
When property is sold at a foreclosure sale, the proceeds from that sale are distributed in a certain order of priority. Use this tip when answering MBE questions.