The Law Preview bootcamp offers a one-per-day overview of the basics of each first-year course and an excellent set of accompanying written materials to help incoming law students grasp the overarching concepts of each course, and, as the old expression goes, 'see the forest for the trees.' . . . Law Preview provides an excellent, long overdue product. Taking the one-week bootcamp cannot help but put you miles ahead of your uninitiated competition.
Yeah, that's what I want: A solid "grasp of the overarching concepts of each course", seeing the forest for the trees and all that. I'm a simple man. That's all I want. Nothing else. I want to walk into Law School with, at minimum, a fundamental grasp of th'law. And I ain't paying $1k plus for that, because just based on economic principle, I know that where there is a mainstream rip-off of a product/service (e.g. Starbucks), there are multitudes of better products/services at cheaper prices (e.g. boutique coffee shops), typically giving more bang for the buck.
And I want more bang for my buck. I want all the bang I can get for my buck. In fact, if I can get all the bang without the buck, all the more better. Ladies and gentlemen, I want all the value of Law Preview at little or no cost. Where can I find the Linux of Law Preview; the Google Maps of Law Preview?