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Get access to Jared Olen's full collection of actual law-school case briefs and detailed outlines. As an A+ Member, you will enjoy unlimited access to every case brief, outline, and other law-school resources that were developed by an actual law student conquering the same classes that you are. Plus you will have unlimited access to my tips and tricks for law-school success, such as briefing cases, preparing your own outlines, and acing your final exams.

Here are some of the benefits of A+ Membership:

  • Over 1,000 real law-school case briefs and counting
  • Detailed analytical notes on many case briefs that explain the cases, law, and importance of the case
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  • Dynamic hyperlinking between outlines and case briefs
  • My personal tips and tricks on conquering law school
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7 thoughts on “Become an A+ Member”

  1. Hi, Rebecca. Thanks for your interest in I do not currently have free days. But keep in mind that constitutional-criminal-procedures materials are always free. Also, unlimited membership for 4 years is just $29.99! That’s less than the price of one study aid. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

    Best, Jared

  2. Hello Jarod,
    I wanted to say thank you for your site. I have done a much better job at my exams. One thing I would like to see added is Family Law section. That would be great.


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