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AudioLearn Law School Course Outlines presents Business Law.
Written by distinguished law professors and professionally narrated for easy listening, this outline covers what is typically taught in a law school’s business law course.
Included are detailed explanations of critical issues and topics you must know to master the topic.
Inside you'll find:
- Case studies
- Key takeaways
- Review questions
In this outline we will review the following:
- Introduction and basic features
- Agency law
- Liability of partners
- Money and partnerships
- Endgame of partnership
You also get two bonus audiobooks (seven+ hours of audio):
- Law School Survival Guide
- Legal Terminology - Top 500 Legal Terms You Must Know!
AudioLearn's Law Outlines support your studies, help with exam preparation, and provide a comprehensive audio review of the topic matter.
Please note: About four+ hours is dedicated to the course material and about seven hours is composed of the two bonus audiobooks!
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Recites the rules, but in a scattered way
I have just finished my 32nd year of teaching this at college level. I passed the CA Bar exam in 1981 (on my first try).
I have used these legal rules in my previous practice of law.
As for the style here: imagine taking a class on cars. The professor walks in, and starts on one part, a door handle. He describes it reasonably well. Then he veers over to an ashtray. He has not said a word about the basic systems and concepts of the car and how they fit together. Next we examine a hubcap. His descriptions are each fine, in and of themselves.
This way of learning is much harder than first hearing main general ideas and the purpose and fit of each, in a strong, well-outlined sequence, before moving in a clearly-traced way to details (then easier to memorize because they fit in an understood scheme of things). This is especially hard where there is no outline or table of contents to look at. So, I think there may be better choices elsewhere as a first look at the subject. Unfortunately, I have found few inexpensive alternatives (hint to budding educational entrepreneurs).
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I tried using it to study for the business law clep but, I just couldn't keep listening to it. The speaker does a cringeworthy job of trying to keep listener's instead. Try The Great Courses instead.