The Law School Outline is by most arguments the second most important tool, next to case briefs, for success in law school. The Law School Outline is used to provide a written overview of the course, from the individual law student perspective. The law student is tasked with combining all of their course notes, course case briefs, and ancillary reading materials in to one, end of the term, document from which to study for their law school exams. Generally, once the end of the term is near, law students stick to only their course outline for optimal exam preparation.
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