US Law by WAGmob

US Law by WAGmob

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WAGmob brings you Simple 'n Easy, on-the-go learning app for "US Law".

The app provides:

1. Snack sized chapters for easy learning.
2. Bite sized flashcards to memorize key concepts.
3. Simple and easy quizzes for self-assessment.

Designed for both students and adults.

This app provides a quick summary of essential concepts in US Law by following snack sized chapters:

(Each chapter has corresponding flashcards and quizzes)

Introduction to the American Law,
History of the American Law,
The US Constitution,
Articles of the Constitution,
Constitutional Amendments,
Criminal and Civil Law,
Criminal Justice System,
The Police,
US Courts,

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  • (66 stars)

    by A Google User on 25/09/2011

    Great app with basic break down for beginning law classes

  • (66 stars)

    by Kamilah on 25/09/2011

    Great app with basic break down for beginning law classes

  • (66 stars)

    by Brian on 14/08/2011

    The 1st question says the correct answer is: judicial is the president!

  • (66 stars)

    by Neil on 21/07/2011

    I find it interesting that they provide detail about all of the first 10 Amendments... Except the Second Amendment. Do I detect some bias here?