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Agency & Partnership (Anglais) Cassette – 1 janvier 2000

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This guy is HALARIOUS! 14 janvier 2007
Par Spelljunkie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Just his inflection makes this lecture so funny you will likely have to stop listening from time to time to get yourself together (he doesn't really tell jokes, but the way he speaks is just plain halarious)! I am a 3L who uses tapes/cds for every class I can find them, and this by far was the funniest one. He also, of course, does a great job of breaking down, organizing, and providing examples to put agency and partnership into bite size pieces to make it very easy to understand and remember. I was happy with the grade I got on my final (I relied on the cds to make my outline).
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Just the Basics: And it Sticks to your Head 29 novembre 2008
Par Captain_Pass - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have spent YEARS listening to different legal audio CDs. PMBR is the most consistent; but this particular product from Law School Legends/Thomson BarBri is simply excellent. The outline is presented in very basic fashion, and on the second listen, I basically had the outline committed to memory. I cannot recommend this product highly enough. Very well done. As others have noted, Kaufman has a very distinctive lecture style: My favorite: "But if you want astro-points, and I know you do . . . ."
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Great professor with easy listening style. 28 février 2006
Par Karen Kelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette
Another great lecture from Gilbert's Law School Legends Series. The California bar exam will include agency, partnership, limited liabiity companies, etc., starting in 2007, I believe. At any rate, I will have to know it when I take the bar, and so my online law school is requiring it in 2L now, which I'm in. I transcribed this entire lecture & use it to study with.

This lecture simplifies this subject. Toss that evil case book if you can, which is horrendously dry & complicated, transcribe this lecture & you'll be sitting pretty. Professor Evans is well-spoken & easy to listen to, as he speaks mainly in real english as opposed to legalese. Buy this one instead of the Professor Munch Sum & Substance tapes, if you have the choice, which is painful to listen to.

I prefer to use the cassettes because it's so much easier to just rewind a few words, as opposed to CD's & they're usually much cheaper,too.
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Well done and HILARIOUS 31 mars 2008
Par Justa Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm an older student and my kid dreads it when I reach for my ipod to listen to my 'lawyer stuff' in the car... until now! The prof sounds like a cross between a drunk Bart Simpson and Sheen from Jimmy Neutron and it is just a riot to listen to. Of course, the law is good and the synopsis is tight and exceptionally well-tailored to examsmanship technique. There is no way you can listen to this lecture and not pass an exam in Agency or Parternship!
Game Changer 28 mars 2014
Par Justin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Kaufman is a Game Changer and this Lecture is an Eye Opener.

Yeah, used this to study for the bar and this guy is pretty much my hero. Kaufman is so clear and the info so digestable that my two dogs, who had been listening close by as I studied, managed to form a registered limited liability partnership and are doing quite well selling their tasty oatmeal dog treats, and they have never been caught out ratifying an agent's unauthorized contract because they always remember to change the terms just a bit.

I promise that Kaufman will simply this information in a way that your professor cannot or does not take the time and care to. For example, I particularly appreciated Kaufman's effort and ability to boil the unnecessarily complex rules governing agent liability on Ks into a one sentence rule: Authorized agent not liable on contracts unless undisclosed principal. One sentence, two subjects with two modifiers are all it takes to see the big picture of this intricate rule. And this is just one example, his lecture is filled with this kind of thoughtfulness. Its a great lesson in brevity and demonstrates that one word, when used thoughtfully, does make all the difference in the law.

In sum, Kaufman will not only prepare you for Agency and P/S but will also help you adjust your approach to learning the law in a way that will allow you to both conserve lots of brain power and redirect it toward expert-type rule enunciation and analysis. The only downside may be that after listening to Kaufman you may seriously begin to wonder what they hell you're doing spending days or even weeks on some subjects in class and become quite critical of your 150k law school bill. Kaufman does the job for fifty bucks and it's a game changer. To be sure, law school does not purport that the goal of its professors is to teach the law, but rather to teach legal analytics. Ok. Whatever. I wish I would have appreciated this distinction better while I was in law school rather than making honest efforts to induct rules from cases.

Anyway, this lecture is a MUST HAVE.

Thanks Prof. Kaufman!
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