Dear Student,


Through your schoolís subscription to the Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library, you now have access to digital Emanuel Law in a Flash flashcards powered by Available anywhere you have internet access, the Emanuel Law in a Flash flashcard deck includes thousands of cards covering Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Property, and Wills, Trusts, and Estates, and is perfect for quizzing yourself and reviewing important definitions, hypotheticals, and black letter law throughout the semester and at exam time.


As part of your school account, if you would like to create and share your own content, you also have the ability to create your own custom flashcards, and use cards created by others (there are over 300,000 cards that users have chosen to make public that correspond to specific schools/courses/profs or state-specific essay topics on the bar).  


Because your law school has invested in this tool to help you learn, itís available at no cost to you. All you need to do is create an account on


To create your account:

1. Click here

2. Click on "Subscribed School Membership."

3. Enter your information.  Be sure to use your law school email as your address (the system has been programmed to recognize that email and not put up a paywall for your law school community.

4. Start studying with the Emanuel Law in a Flash flashcard deck.


How it Works

The spaced repetition system is a learning technique that will help you to learn more efficiently and more effectively whether you are studying for the bar or preparing for finals. The magic of the system is the spaced repetition algorithm that is working in the background as you study your flashcards. After clicking on the course area, you will view the front of a card, think about the answer, then flip the card (note: don't use it to learn new information - use it to review information already covered. Cards are for review after you've learned a concept in class) and finally, rate your accuracy/ease of finding the right answer in your head on a 0-5 scale. The algorithm then schedules the precise time for you to review that content again and will just show the next card in the stack.


While it is not important to understand how the algorithm works to use, if you are interested in learning more, you can check out this information sheet or watch a short video tour.


Tip for using

Do 10 new cards a day.  Do it every day. You can use it on your phone, laptop, or desktop, so just make sure you spend a few minutes on it daily.


I am glad to answer any questions and invite feedback and ideas, too (I run the company and one of the few tasks I'll never outsource is being directly available to you, the user), and I always am interested in feedback.  If there are any issues, feel free to contact me directly.


Good luck and let me know how I can help.


All my best,

Gabe Teninbaum