Socrates would ask questions to test the veracity of an idea thought to be true. Every answer had a follow up question until the truth became indisputable. This process of questioning to discover universal truths became known as the Socratic Method. Law school professors are notorious for using this method to teach law.
The problem is that the Socratic Method does not provide the foundational knowledge of the subject and, more importantly, the application of the law to a hypothetical set of facts. Law school classes do not prepare you for the exam or really teach you how to be a lawyer.
Veritas Doctrina, which translates to “the truth of doctrine,” provides the tools you need to learn the law and use that foundation to excel academically and to launch your legal career.