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Hearsay Exceptions, Set to Music, with graphic Lego Animations (NSFLS)

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Someone has entirely too much time on their hands.

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  1. How I could have used this yesterday before my evidence final!

  2. lukegilman says:

    That would have made for an interesting exam. ;-)

  3. Jansen says:

    And I thought I was bad making those cheesy celeb study aids…

  4. lukegilman says:

    Oh dear God, I’m glad those weren’t around when I was a 1L. I just know I would have ended up citing the famous case of George v. Knowles somewhere on the exam…

    See, e.g. –

    Crossclaim Showdown: Boy George, Solange, and Beyonce

    Lindsay & Vanessa present: FRCP Rule 18a

  5. Rachel says:

    This is absolutely brilliant! Thanks for posting it. I’m going to forward it to a few colleagues who could use it :-)
    (kidding)

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