The name "Proponics" derives from the roots "ponic" (meaning to grow) and "pro" (referring to a professional) because that's what it does: it grows pros.
...that's what it does: it grows pros.
It does this by maximizing the encoding, consolidation, and retrieval of complex information. Law is the first field of complex information to which Proponics has been applied. The result is the Proponics Learning Environment for Law.
The Proponics Learning Environment for Law has essentially brought the schematic approach of Bar Secrets' popular "schema" books to life online. Now from any Internet-enabled device, students of law can access a virtual law outline of any subject of law, and control what area of that subject gets displayed, and in what level of detail, all with just a click of the mouse. Watch the video to explore its remarkable control and capabilities.
Because it is online, the content is easily updateable, but there is no need to re-sync or download the new version; it automatically updates. So as the law changes, so too can the environment.
Connectivity unleashes the vast reach of the Internet. The virtual outline can link to videos, PDFs, and any other demonstrative or explanatory material that can aid in the illustration of a legal concept or principle.
*Current subjects include Contracts, Torts, Property, Constitutional Law, Remedies, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Corporations, Agency, Partnership, Community Property, Wills, Trusts, Federal and California Evidence, Federal and California Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, Conflict of Laws, Family Law, and Secured Transactions.
You can memorize every hornbook and restatement possible, and still not get the same return on investment that you would if you studied archetypal patterns. Patterns repeat on exams over and over and over again. Master the patterns, master the exam. You can assemble the patterns yourself, or you can get PowerLaw, which has the patterns you need all in one place.