"What better way to prepare for the bar than to give busy professionals the chance to study whenever and wherever they want?" said Jacques Jospitre, the creator of BrainMatriX's revolutionary learning-acceleration solutions. "The PLI Multistate Bar Exam eReviewBook combines BrainMatriX's research-based approach to test preparation with PLI's respected educational program. For recent law school grads who have to study on the go, it's a no-brainer."
Nearly 40 percent of law school graduates fail the bar exam on their first try, according to the American Bar Association. Most blame their failure on too little time spent preparing for the exam, in particular the critical multistate portion that figures heavily in scoring. The PLI Multistate Bar Exam eReviewBook is designed to make it easier to study for the bar by combining handheld technology with the latest breakthroughs in learning theory. Written exclusively for the Palm OS platform, BrainMatriX's eReviewBook technology exploits the brain's natural memorization cycles to boost information retention and recall (for more on the science behind BrainMatriX, visit www.brainmatrix.com).
"The PLI Multistate Bar Exam eReviewBook is a powerful new tool for law students that will speed their preparation and improve their test performance," said Christopher DeSantis, an attorney who is PLI's director of law-school relations. "PLI has always been on the cutting edge of providing the latest tools to lawyers, whether online or on CD-ROM. Putting our MBE material on handhelds will help us attract the next generation of law school graduates."
The prestigious Practising Law Institute is a non-profit continuing legal education organization chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York in 1933. Each year more than 30,000 attorneys and 100-plus law schools use PLI resources in the classroom and beyond. When PLI wanted to extend its best-of-breed review curriculum to mobile computers, it turned to BrainMatriX's eReviewBook platform. While other computerized study aids merely replicate outdated paper processes, BrainMatriX's novel, interactive learning solutions utilize the computer's novel capabilities to transform the learning process and boost retention.
"Being selected by PLI, one of the most prestigious legal institutions in the country, is a strong vote of confidence for BrainMatriX," said Jospitre. "We're proud that PLI chose BrainMatriX's eReviewBook platform to deliver the next generation of bar-exam preparation services."
The PLI Multistate Bar Exam eReviewBook program is available for purchase on the BrainMatriX website (http://www.brainmatrix.com/pli.html).
BrainMatriX develops technology to improve the way people learn, interpret and retain knowledge. Our team of knowledge experts and software engineers is dedicated to creating the world's most advanced interactive learning solutions for college students and success-minded professionals. The BrainMatriX platform of knowledge solutions includes the BrainMatriX eReviewBook, which enables easy porting of educational content to handheld devices, and EdWin, the personal eReviewBook that students can program themselves. Comprehend the future of learning with BrainMatriX. BrainMatriX is headquartered in Long Island City, NY. Visit BrainMatriX on the Web at http://www.brainmatrix.com
About the Practising Law Institute
Practising Law Institute (PLI) is a non-profit continuing legal education organization chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York, founded in 1933. PLI is dedicated to providing the legal community and allied professionals with the most up-to-date, relevant information and techniques that are critical to the development of a professional, competitive edge. We achieve these goals through the highest quality programs held annually in locations across the United States and on the Internet, as well as annually supplemented treatises, audio and video programs, interactive multimedia, course handbooks, web programs and customized training and specialized services. PLI is headquartered in New York City with offices in California. Visit PLI on the Web at http://www.pli.edu