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list price seems to be $23 which seems like a lot, it's only like 130 pages, but I can't find it anywhere for cheaper than that.
The book "learning legal reasoning" by Delaney is GREAT for learning to brief cases. I'm almost done working through it and found it very useful.
I am way not smart enough to explain this, but I also think it has something to do with our system of laws and our legal system. Kind of hard to outsource legal jobs.
PLS is one extreme of the law school book "spectrum". There's also the other extreme--skinny little books that give you essentially no information that is of any use whatsoever and lull you into a false sense of security. PLS freaked me out when I first started reading it because I thought there was no way I'd be able to succeed in law school if it's really this bad. But I don't think it will be. The most valuable part was the timetables of things to read/study to prepare for law school. I'm not going to be able to do all of the stuff, but I'm doing some of it so that I can have a head start. Couldn't hurt, anyway.
I'd probably draw the line at the fact that you actually live here in the US. If something goes wrong, accountability at the very least seems more available with an attorney in the States than someone overseas. =P