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I'm a rising 2L with a 45 minute commute. I burn way too much time in the car and I want to use some of that time studying. Last year the Freer Civ Pro lectures were the best thing that happened to me. I'm looking for something similar for Con Law, Human Rights Law, Family Law, Crim Pro, and Evidence. Also any good mass market or history books (esp. Con Law and Human Rights Law) to listen to in August to get the engine running. Ideas?Favorites?
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If you can get the books you need in some sort of electronic format, there's an app called VoiceDream (at least on the iphone platform, which is what I use) that can read it to you. The result is not good as a professionally produced audiobook, but good enough to be understandable and minimally annoying.
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