HOW TO OUTLINE FOR LAW SCHOOL:
An outline is a short summary of the law in a particular subject, comprised of the subject rules with corresponding case citations. A subject outline is your tool for condensing and organizing your subject rules and synthesizing your class notes, case briefs, and reading assignments into one coherent document for quick reference.
Commercial outlines are usually written by law professors or legal publishing companies, who organize the rules for you. Most students create their own outlines by using several sources. The most efficient approach in your first year is to purchase a commercial outline and integrate your own notes into it.
HOW LST HELPS STUDENTS:
LST – Law School Tutor has excellent, condensed law outlines in the classes we teach to our students. LST – Law School Tutor assists students in achieving high grades, in order to ensure that they have better academic opportunities during law school and better job opportunities after law school.
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