Thank you for the congrats. I’m still pinching myself to make sure I am not dreaming. I started law late, 48 when I went to paralegal school and in my 50’s when I started law school and now 58, after an injury in a previous job.
You can use anything I say as an endorsement of your books. I honestly feel using both books made my 8th attempt successful and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you for writing them. Anything I can do for you, anytime, just email me.
My first exam I took Barbri and Micromash and exam 2-7 I looked at everything, other people’s outlines, Adachi, you name it I looked at it. I think what I was doing was making it harder than it had to be. I spent more time looking for stuff then I did actually being productive. The 7th time I ordered both WINNIN’ TIME! and The Trigger List. Yeah I glanced at them but I did not really look at them.
The 8th time I reviewed Barbri (the big books) and used your books exclusively to prepare. The combination of both books was an invaluable asset. I went to the Bar site and downloaded past exams, read the questions and then reviewed the information contained in both books.
WINNIN TIME! gives you short, concise explanations of the law, ones that I incorporated into my responses to essay questions. I used the The Trigger List to double check issues I might have missed and in what combination issues were tested.
Both books are affordable, especially when compared to some of the more expensive and less useful books out there, and invaluable.
Thank you Steven.
James L. Miller, Esq., passed the California Bar Examination