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General Board / Re: Sample Outline
« on: August 08, 2005, 03:36:16 PM »
you call this spam?
wow...i wonder how good your outline looks like
it ain't spam.   check it out at http://tigerwater25.tradebit.com
review it even before you list any replies... jeez

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I recommend my outlines for 1L students.
To get your free sample outline, please send e-mail to thinkerbox77@yahoo.com

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: Help:Bar retaken 5 times
« on: August 08, 2005, 01:34:35 PM »
You need to have really good set of outlines.  To get your sample outline, please send me your free sample request to thinkerbox77@yahoo.com
I passed my bar exam in my first try and I have helped many students pass it their first try.  My outlines are really detailed.  Furthermore, it also includes hot topics that are frequently tested on each subject.
Good luck

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: 2L study guide suggestions, Please help
« on: August 08, 2005, 01:31:47 PM »
Make a good outline.
If you want to view a smaple outline, send me your request to thinkerbox77@yahoo.com
good luck

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It can be challenging for first year to do well.  However, if you have detailed outlines for each class and stick to it, you will do just fine.  My outlines have been really popular among bar takers and 1st year students.  To get your sample outline, send me your request to thinkerbox77@yahoo.com.  Sample outline is free.  You will get your FULL VERSION of Civil Procedure for FREE. 
Good Luck ALL

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General Board / Hard law classes?
« on: August 08, 2005, 01:26:08 PM »
It can be a lot easier if you have really good outlines.
Get your first year outline package at $35.
To get your sample outline, please send e-mail to thinkerbox77@yahoo.com
Good luck

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General Board / Sample Outline
« on: August 08, 2005, 01:23:12 PM »
Here is a sample outline everyone is asking for.  If you like what you see below, please contact me at thinkerbox77@yahoo.com for other subjects.

Each outline has Detailed Barbri Lecture Notes and Short Must Know For Exam Outline.

Barbri Lecture Notes

(1)   PERSONAL JURISDICTION
(a)   Personal Jurisdiction: in what states P may sue D?
ii)   Two part test:
(1)   Satisfy Statute: argue statute both ways
(2)   Satisfy the Constitution: International Shoe
(a)   Test: Does D have such minimum contacts w/ the forum so that PJ does not offend traditional notions of fair play and substantial justice?
(i)   Factors:
1.   Contact: purposeful availment w/ state and foreseeablity D would be sued in forum.  
i.   Shipping goods into state
ii.   Using roads in the state
2.   Fairness: fair play and substantial justice
a.   Relatedness b/n the contact and the claim. Does Pís claim arise from Dís contact w/ forum state? Especially imp if D has small amt of contact w/ the forum.
i.   Relatedness is not needed if forum has gen jur over D, e.g. domicile, so D can be sued for a claim that arose anywhere in the world.  
b.   Convenience: D may complain that the forum makes it tough for her to litigate b/c its far from her home. Forum is OK unless it puts D at a severe disadvantage in the litigation, which is very tough to show.
c.   State's interest, e.g., provide forum for its citizens.
(b)   SUMMARY OF CONSTITUTIONAL TEST: mnemonic: My Parents Frequently Forgot to Read Childrens Stories.

Minimum contacts             Fair play & substantial justice
purposeful avail.              relatedness of contact and claim
foreseeability               convenience
                              state's interest
(i)   Constitutional analysis of the Doofus case (Doofus makes valves in Ohio and sells them to a company in NY, which puts them in its heaters and sells them nationwide; a Doofus valve explodes in State X):
1.   Contacts.  Is there a contact b/n Doofus and State X? YES, the Doofus valve blew up in State X.
2.   Was the contact the result of purposeful availment by Doofus of State X?  Very tough question.  Argue both ways and come to a reasonable conclusion.
a.   Maybe no: b/c a third party (the NY heater manufacturer) sent the valves to State X.
b.   Maybe yes: b/c Doofus makes money from the sales by the NY company to State X.  So maybe Doofus does avail of the market of State X.
3.   Is it foreseeable that Doofus could get sued there? Maybe if Doofus knows the valves get to State X and that valves can explode and hurt people.
4.   Fairness.   Is there relatedness? Yes! The claim arises directly from the contact b/n Doofus and forum.  
5.   Convenience and State's interest.
(a)   In rem and quasi in rem jurisdiction (NEVER been tested)

ii)   Jurisdictional base is not D's person, but her property. The statutory basis is an attachment statute, e.g., allowing attachment of property owned by a nonresident. On the constitutional test, Shaffer v. Heitner says that in all cases, even in rem and quasi in rem, D=s contact w/ the forum must satisfy the International Shoe test. Despite this, validity  might depend on whether dispute is related to the property attached. If so (that's

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General Board / Re: CA bar -- how much Con Law is on it??
« on: August 08, 2005, 01:18:25 PM »
ATTENTION BAR EXAM TAKERS



In order to pass any state Bar Exam, you must have really good outlines for all subjects. I made mine and passed it in my first try. My outlines were so good that many have asked for it and results were great for them as well. Therefore, I have decided to help other law students who wishes to pass CA Bar at once by selling them. Each outline consists of two parts: 1) Very Detailed BARBRI Lecture notes, and 2) Short, Must Know For Exam Outlines. Each outline also includes hot topics that are frequently tested on CA Bar Exam.



If you can*t afford to take BARBRI or PMBR, at least help yourself by getting really detailed outlines. I have a few students who passed the CA Bar exam without taking Barbri nor PMBR. All they did was study with my outlines and do many practice exams. 



BAR OUTLINES PACKAGE: $50



For $50, you can*t afford to pass this opportunity to get away. I f you like to get your sample outline or to purchase, please e-mail me: thinkerbox77@yahoo.com



It is never too early to start preparing for February Bar Exam. Get your outlines today.



If you are not a bar exam taker, but want to purchase individual outlines, please visit http://tigerwater25.tradebit.com and click on Misc. Each outline sells for $9.99. You won*t regret it. Be on top of your class.


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General Board / PASS YOUR STATE BAR
« on: August 08, 2005, 01:17:52 PM »
ATTENTION BAR EXAM TAKERS



In order to pass any state Bar Exam, you must have really good outlines for all subjects. I made mine and passed it in my first try. My outlines were so good that many have asked for it and results were great for them as well. Therefore, I have decided to help other law students who wishes to pass CA Bar at once by selling them. Each outline consists of two parts: 1) Very Detailed BARBRI Lecture notes, and 2) Short, Must Know For Exam Outlines. Each outline also includes hot topics that are frequently tested on CA Bar Exam.



If you can*t afford to take BARBRI or PMBR, at least help yourself by getting really detailed outlines. I have a few students who passed the CA Bar exam without taking Barbri nor PMBR. All they did was study with my outlines and do many practice exams. 



BAR OUTLINES PACKAGE: $50



For $50, you can*t afford to pass this opportunity to get away. I f you like to get your sample outline or to purchase, please e-mail me: thinkerbox77@yahoo.com



It is never too early to start preparing for February Bar Exam. Get your outlines today.



If you are not a bar exam taker, but want to purchase individual outlines, please visit http://tigerwater25.tradebit.com and click on education. Each outline sells for $9.99. You won*t regret it. Be on top of your class.


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