ABA offers free online tools to law students

Law students who join the ABA will receive a free six-month Quimbee membership that includes:

• On-demand video law school lessons

• Practice exam questions

• Case briefs keyed to the most popular law school casebooks

• Quimbee’s outlining tool

• Students can learn more about the offer at http://ambar.org/quimbee.

“The ABA’s goal is to help law students confidently take on law school and transition into a meaningful legal career,” said Paulette Brown, president of the ABA. “One important step is law school achievement. We are therefore thrilled to offer Quimbee’s growing library of high-quality study resources to all of our members at no cost for six months.”

More than 119,000 law students across the country are eligible for free ABA membership. The ABA is working with law schools to explain simple enrollment processes. Law students can enroll online at www.americanbar.org/abalawstudents or by calling the ABA Service Center at 800-285-2221.

The ABA Law Student Division is concerned with legal education and works with the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar on issues of mutual concern. The division also has an impact on practical and professional skills development and provides assistance in the search for jobs, both during and after graduation from law school. Additionally, the division offers leadership training, public service opportunities, career development programming and practical skills competitions.

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