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Studying Law? There's an App for That, and It's a Game!

Law students these days, and since the beginning of our new digital era, sure do love their smartphones. It's like that warm glow of the screen and all those social media connections will protect that fragile, aspiring-lawyer ego after suffering through the stress and anxiety of waiting to be......
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