We are considering the request of those looking for online law books or references for law students that may be used as a companion guide to learning certain law subjects while in law school.
As everyone may be aware, Bar Mentor PH provides for online reviewers designed for those preparing for the bar exams. Thus, the contents herein are direct, concise, and to the point (meaning: no lengthy discussions) as it is presumed that the reader is reviewing what he/she has already learned. Further, on a yearly basis, the contents are changed and edited to align to the current Bar Exam Syllabus (and believe us when we say: there are major changes at times).
Our challenge now is developing the content for online law books or references — particularly due to the fact that law professors tend to have different course outlines/syllabus.
Then, we had an idea** — why not crowdsource?
If you wish to participate in this project, feel free to sign up below and we will reach out to you:
If you are wondering what would be the benefits for participating, for starters: you will be given free access to the content, you will also be given credit (depending on your level of contribution), and you will have the opportunity to work with other law students from other law schools (this is a good way to broaden your network), to name a few.
**Alcohol – may or may not have been involved in the process. We cannot confirm nor deny.