Written by Mrs. FLS
Lifehacker had post on this nifty site, Massive Resource List for All Autodidacts. Itâ€™s just a page with different lists of stuff you can lean on the Internet. They have a list for free podcasts of different university lectures. You can learn about economics and U.S foreign policy from a real professor. Thereâ€™s also a list of places where you can learn a foreign language for free. I also like how theyâ€™ve included a list of free useful software for students.
How this can help law students
One thing Iâ€™ve learned in law school is that the study of law often touches on other subjects. If a student really wants to understand the law, itâ€™s often useful to be familiar with these subjects. For example, in Constitutional law, history plays a huge role in the development of the law. Background in American history can be extremely useful in understanding Con law. Another example is contracts and property. I wish I would have taken an economics class or two while I was an undergrad. General knowledge about the subject would have come in handy.
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