PracticePack exercises allow students to apply what they’ve learned in class to the types of problems lawyers face in practice.

Practical Exercises — Real World Scenarios

PracticePack exercises help law students learn by engaging in tasks lawyers perform with problems similar to those lawyers confront in practice. In each exercise, students will synthesize the legal doctrine and rules they have learned and apply that knowledge to a “real world” problem or task. Each exercise contains an introduction that explains how the exercise relates to the doctrinal material and the work lawyers perform. The exercise introduction also includes tips on successfully completing the assigned task.

PracticePacks are available exclusively in online ebook format at When you purchase a PracticePack, redeem your access code to access the exercises. Your professor may provide additional instructions for submitting your exercises as well as providing additional resources or feedback to accompany the exercises.

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Where to purchase:

  • Your local campus bookstore — check if your professor bundled the PracticePack with your textbook for a discounted price

Easy to use and implement in class, each PracticePack has a Professor Edition available complete with professor support materials.

PracticePacks Sample Handouts, Rubrics, Student Exercises, Teaching Notes

Professor Editions are available for verified law school professors and include the full student version of the exercises, plus additional materials incorporated into the online ebook, including:

  • An invaluable teaching plan with suggestions on when and how to use the exercises
  • Suggestions on what doctrine, rules and/or concepts to cover before exercises
  • Interesting topics to spark lively discussion
  • Estimates on time necessary to review exercises in class
  • Insight on grading and teaching methodologies, along with optional rubrics


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