We have packed Wisdomap Law full of effective and easy-to-use features to help you study smarter.
You can use our map feature to organise legal topics and concepts, breaking them out into small nuggets of wisdom that are easier to learn.
This process forces you to think about the overall structure of a legal topic and which concepts and legal cases are relevant and where.
Organise and memorise legal cases by creating flashcards. Each flashcard breaks legal cases down into subsections - the Case Title, Date, Court, Facts, Held, Principle.
You can distil the most important parts and tease out the main points using keywords, facts or phrases. Hide and reveal each subsection to test your memory.
Have you ever wanted someone to test you on your legal knowledge? Like what the components of Easements in Land Law are? Or which cases are relevant to a particular legal topic and why?
Use our in-built memory feature that hides different parts of the map, prompting you to recall different legal cases and concepts. Perfect for activating your visual and spatial memory. Once you have tested yourself, you'll be better prepared when the examiner asks you the same questions.
Wisdomap also creates a beautiful set of revision notes for you. It transforms your knowledge into notes from which you can print off and revise.
The notes are clear, structured, and visual - everything you'd expect from the perfect set of law revision notes.
Organise and store all your legal knowledge in one place. It's not very practical to take your folders jammed with paper notes with you on the move. With Wisdomap, you can access your knowledge anywhere, and at anytime with our mobile application. So finding and memorising that Case Ratio while sitting on the train is just two clicks away!
All law students should be able to access their study notes wherever and whenever they want given today's mobile technology.
Use our share feature to easily share and swap legal maps and legal cases.
If they’ve created a some great legal case flashcards on commercial law, why not swap them with your land law flashcards?