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So all the bar prep groups are on campus this week and they have all that free material for 1Ls (outline stuff, questions for 1L classes, etc.). I figure they all are more or less the same, but I was curious if anyone had a good experience with one program or another.
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brotherdarkness wrote:I never used any of the study materials provided by any of these companies, but I have heard only good things about the Freer lectures for Civil Procedure which (I believe) are available through BarBri.
This. The Freer lecture will teach you all the Civ Pro you need to get an A in four hours or less. It helps if the dude wrote your casebook, too.
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