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 AudioLearn Law School Course Outlines Presents Conflicts of Law

Written by distinguished law professors and professionally narrated for easy listening, this outline covers what is typically taught in a law school's Conflicts of Law course. 

Included are detailed explanations of critical issues and topics you must know to master the topic. 

Inside You'll Find: 

  • Case Studies 
  • Key Takeaways 
  • Review Questions 

In this outline, we'll review the following: 

  • What is "Conflicts of Law" 
  • Traditional theories in Choice of Law 
  • A survey of escape devices 
  • Modern approaches to Choice of Law 
  • The place of most significant relationship 
  • Problems old and new 
  • The constitutions and Choice of Law 
  • The obligation to provide a forum 
  • Unconstitutional discrimination in Choice of Law 
  • Other types of Jurisdiction 
  • Effect given foreign judgments 
  • Special problems in Choice of Law - Family Law 
  • Federal subject matter jurisdiction 
  • The Erie doctrine 
  • Federal common law 
  • The scope of legislative jurisdiction. 

You also get two bonus audiobooks (7+ hours of audio): 

  • Law School Survival Guide
  • Legal Terminology - Top 500 Legal Terms You Must Know!

AudioLearn's Law Outlines support your studies, help with exam preparation, and provide a comprehensive audio review of the topic matter. 

Please note: About 5+ hours is dedicated to the course material and about 7 hours is composed of the 2 bonus audiobooks!

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  • Philo
  • San Diego, CA, United States
  • 07-15-17

OK, but 5 hours in, "Conflicts" ends, Bonus starts

I bought this to refresh on the topic (some 35+ years after law school), in prep for further study on newer Internet issues. In this, it met my expectations. It repeated all the concepts and main cases I heard in law school, with a few newer leading cases layered on. The explanation was as muddy and middling in quality as I remembered it, but for a law student, this is the topic as it was classically taught to me. On law and cases specific to the Internet, this audio has a passing mention but really very little, which was mildly surprising. Some of the general concepts given here do apply, but this must be assumed by the listener, in the absence of legal authorities on point. Are law schools and bar exams this vague on this crucial practical area? I don't know. It would be very frustrating as a business owner to hire for Internet advice a law school grad as much in the woods as this dusty old material would leave a newbie. Law students, especially in business law, I hope you will dig further! But again, my own (modest) expectations were met here.
Per my device's clock, the "Conflicts" part ended a few minutes shy of exactly 5 hours in. The "Bonus" audio(s) then started. I stopped listening there. This suggests that the remaining 7 hours, 40 minutes marketed to me is the "2 bonus audios" which, without listening to them, but by title, appear to be the exact same ones bundled into all earlier entries I have seen, in this legal series of titles. This is annoying.
However, I have continued to buy and listen to this series, as I haven't found any more cost-effective way to get audio refreshers on these topics' basics. And such explanation as IS provided, is acceptable in quality.
The narrator is pleasant, with a low error rate. His mispronouncing the simple word "substantive" hundreds of times was a mild peeve.