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Learn Law Smarter, Not Harder
A family of legal game apps for law students & legal aficionados to learn all kinds of law in quick, delightful ways.
Plus, come play a free, limited version of Law Dojo online.
Try out the game, practice questions — and if you like it, get the full version on your mobile device.
Law-Smart from high school, to law school, and beyond
Then, when you show up at law school, be on top of your 1L studies with Torts, Crim, Contracts, and more. Continue on with Constitutional Law, Real Property, International Law, Evidence, and MPRE Ethics. You can even use the games to review for your Bar Exam study.
The game is for anyone who is considering going to law school, who is currently studying there, or just wanting to be smarter about law.
We are designing new law games!
Over the past year, We have been overhauling the design & feel of the app — taking it from a scrappy homemade first app into a beautiful, professional experience.
Law Dojo began as a side project for Margaret Hagan, when she was a 2L at Stanford Law School. She was tired of studying in heavy, boring ways. She learned how to code and wrote thousands of questions while she was studying for classes, so that she could play multiple choice games to prep for her exams. Then she put it out in the world as Law Dojo — and life was good!
The app worked (minus a few bugs), but now we’ve been making it more beautiful, more stats-rich, and with quicker and funner games. We hope you like it!
Thank you for your patience while we make big changes!
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You slipped on a tomato, can you sue? A #1L Constructive Notice cartoonAugust 23, 2017
Torts #1L cartoon: who is liable if you lose a leg?August 22, 2017
Famous #1L torts case cartoon: Petition of Kinsman TransitAugust 21, 2017
Torts and Alcohol: a #1L flowchart for liability around alcoholAugust 20, 2017
Battery vs. Assault legal cartoon for #1Ls in TortsAugust 19, 2017
Torts cartoon for #1L: has your privacy been invaded?August 18, 2017
#1L drawing of famous Torts case, Palsgraf v. Long Island RailroadAugust 17, 2017
The Torts Castle: how to get to damages in a lawsuit, a #1L visualAugust 13, 2017
Starting your legal tech startup: riding the Hype waveAugust 12, 2017
Law School of CatsAugust 11, 2017
Tax Law Flowchart: do you have to pay taxes on personal injury lawsuit money?August 10, 2017
Child Custody visual legal mapAugust 9, 2017
Come play the new Law Dojo online appAugust 7, 2017
Tax Law Flowchart: I got free services as an employee, do I need to pay taxes on them?August 6, 2017
Tax Law Flowchart: you won a scholarship, do you have to pay taxes on it?August 5, 2017
User-centered design to create new law gamesOctober 21, 2016