One of my professors told me he cried on the first day of school. Now he teaches the class that made him cry! It just shows it gets easier with time.
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At a presentation, Aspen answered both those questions. Someone asked about modifying brief fields...it's going to be in the next version. About the pricing, Aspen said that this is part of why they are giving away free copies, to get student feedback on what FlashLaw should cost. Hope that helps...
There's also FlashLaw. FlashLaw organizes all your class data (briefs, notes, etc.) and lets you view it any way you want (for example, by legal concept, by class date). FlashLaw has special tools for viewing data in Socratic classes, like seeing ten cases on one screen with only the most important information displayed. FlashLaw also transforms your cases into quizzes and flashcards and automatically generates course outlines. Aspen is giving away free year-long copies to current law students at http://lawschool.aspenpublishers.com/flashlaw. To get an access code, call (877) 471-5632.
some of my tests were all hypos, they call it issue spotting. they give you one long story and you pick out as many issues as possible. actually its kind of good, because you can show what you know instead of having to answer one question exactly.