Ace your first year of law school stress-free!
Created by the same Harvard Law School alumni behind BarMax Bar Review and LSATMax LSAT Prep, 1L is the pioneer in first year law school supplements on mobile.
Access audio lectures, black-letter law outlines, multiple-choice questions, practice essays, Emanuel Law in a Flash and Casenote Legal Briefs for every single first year subject.
• Civil Procedure
• Constitutional Law
• Criminal Law
• Real Property
$1150+ worth of law school supplements for only $24.99/month (app comes with a 7-day free trial. Free trial is for new customers only, subscription will automatically renew until canceled).
Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, as stated above, within 24-hours prior to the end of the current billing period. You can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase.
LEARN FROM LEGENDS
Master the black-letter law with audio lectures by legendary law professors including:
• Arthur Miller (Civ Pro)
• Noah Feldman (Con Law)
• Charles Fried (Contracts)
• Ronald Sullivan (Crimes)
• Jonathan Zittrain (Torts)
EMANUEL® LAW IN A FLASH
Study anytime, anywhere with Emanuel® Law in a Flash comprehensive flash card set.
CASENOTE LEGAL BRIEFS
Prepare for class discussion with Casenote Legal Briefs, the most popular and trusted case brief series.
MULTIPLE CHOICE PRACTICE
Multiple choice questions with answer explanations.
Work on issue spotting and analysis with sample essay questions.
In this updated we made some nice interface and content syncing improvements to give you a better study experience.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
1L is top of the life and an efficient way to preparing for your 1L
I was preparing to ask my parents to pay for BARBRI or some other program dedicated to prepping me for my 1L semester at KU Law. However, they were kind enough to purchase a lifetime membership to LSATmax, which entitled me free usage of the 1L program. I‘m grateful and feel more prepared for this upcoming fall semester.
Just okay, not worth the $
Not great. If you are considering the product for the law in a flash cards, it makes more sense to buy the physical flash cards and resell. In terms of other things 1L offers, the outlines are okay, but not exceptionally good and pretty comparable to other competitors out there. I found the multiple choice section is very glitchy and difficult to navigate (swiping left and right has issues, seeing the correct answer after finishing a portion has issues) Although the questions are okay (although they tend to be too easy for a standard law school course), there’s a huge disparity between how many are offered for each course (some have 100+ questions while civ pro has only 14 questions). The quality of each video course (torts, contracts, civil procedure) varies by the person teaching it, but overall, it does not go into as much detail as I would have liked. I think this app has the potential to be better, especially by developing more difficult questions and fixing all the glitches in the multiple choice. Right now, there are better products out there that in my opinion will prepare you. I’m a bit disappointed because I expected more for the price. Also, it is very easy to overspend because they only have an auto payment option and not month to month.
Crashes immediately and previous issues
It looks like they updated it about a week ago. The app now crashes and will not open at all. I just restored my phone to factory default settings, most up to date OS, and reinstalled the app, so the problem is not on my end.
Prior to this, it asked me to log in with my Apple ID to confirm my subscription EVERY SINGLE TIME I OPENED THE APP, including if I kept it open and returned to the home screen. Support was unhelpful and just kept repeating to uninstall, reinstall, and update my iOS, none of which worked.
Functions within the app worked okay, when I was able to use them, but for the high price I expected more, and will obviously unsubscribe now that I am getting zero content for my money since the app does not even open.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.