The Illustrated Guide to Law by Nathaniel Burney and the Guide to Law Online

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The Illustrated Guide to Law by Nathaniel Burney is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide for understanding the legal system. Written for a lay audience, the guide begins with the basics and progresses in logical baby steps to fairly advanced discussions. If you are serious about becoming a lawyer and want to make a success of your career, the Illustrated Guide to Law is a great resource.

The Guide to Law Online provides links to useful, reliable sites in the area of law and government. The guide also highlights court decisions and sites with full texts of laws and regulations. It also includes legal commentary by lawyers. It is not, however, intended to be a comprehensive legal resource. It is best used as a reference tool for researching a topic. In addition, it does not replace professional legal advice. For that reason, it is not a substitute for a law school.

A Student’s Guide to Law School is written by a recent top-ranked law school graduate who shares his own experiences and advice. It contains advice on everything from preparing for the law school admissions process to joining extracurriculars and maintaining your mental health. Ayers is a law school graduate who knows the ins and outs of the legal system and is here to help you succeed. And he does so in a clear, simple-to-follow style.

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