FlashLaw is much more diverse than StoreLaw. StoreLaw is a notetaking and outlineing program that provides outline templates for different casebooks. FlashLaw lets you take notes in any sequence or form you want (or your professor wants), and brief cases using its general casebrief form. Then you can search and sort and display all your information any way you want: by date, by class, by concept, by whatever.FOr example, you can view in one screen thumbnails of jsut hte essential info on all case briefs relating to a specific concept. That is great for Socratic discussion in class. FlashLaw also has good study tools. You can easily transform your casebriefs into quizzes that are scored automaticlly. Or transform your info into flashcards, outlines, and other essential tools. FLashLaw does a lot more than StoreLaw. It serves as a complete home-environment for organizing, displaying, and transforming all your legal study info: notes, briefs, statues, everything.