Illustrated Law School: Are You a Nuisance?


I ran across this nifty piece whilst online searching this morning and feel as though I’ve discovered a treasure.

This artist’s blog covers everything – dolls, drawings, films, and t-shirts as well as delightful flowcharts, cartoons and such inspired by her journey through Stanford Law School.

Here’s one of my favorites so far, spawned during studying for Property, which assists users in determining their nuisance factor…

Illustrated Law School: Are You a Nuisance?

Are You a Nuisance? A Property Outline by Margaret Hagan

Like it?  Love it?  Want one of your own?  She has an account on Image Kind — a site that you can buy prints (framed, unframed, or canvassed) of her drawings – and she even offers tshirts featuring these images as well…

Follow her on Twitter here

Kudos, Margaret, for making studying for Property a little more delighful!

 ~ Ashley Moye ~

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