we do have video's. I'm in 2L now and have videos for class again. For the first year classes, Crim, Contracts and Torts we had good lecture videos and had to take notes to review for quizzes and essays, plus we had a legal writing class which had audio lectures. We have live classes in which the professors asks us to be prepared for class with case briefs, in class we are presented with hypos on the material, the professor's ask questions about cases, ask us for rules the courts addressed, issues presented and conclusions. We type our responses for all to see and was not intimidating if we made mistakes. So all in all, I'd say 1L was a good experience, think I should have studied harder. In 2L we have 4 classes plus studying for the baby bar, some took the first 6 months off to just study for the baby bar, I didn't. I'll know in Aug. if I passed, if I didn't it will be because I was not prepared enough to pass. Concord's course work provided was sufficient although many of the students also accessed outside materials to pass, even me. I feel my essays were strong on the test, I was exhausted around 4 on the multiple choice, yet I'm still hoping I got at least 80 on that. If I did, then I passed. If not, I'll study harder for the October test. On another note about the live lecture classes, if your schedule does not permit you to attend Concord archives them so you can hear them when your time permits.