Finals are few weeks away. Do you have your course outline ready?
If you’re like most law students, you probably haven’t even started on it. Instead of stressing out, I suggest you look for a good commercial outline for your course.
I am NOT suggesting that you rely solely on the commercial outline for preparation. Rather, you should use it as a skeleton of how you’re going to organize your outline. You should then supplement the outline with your teacher’s notes. You should also be aware of faulty information in outlines.
Only a sucker would spend money on outlines. So, to help you all you frugal legal eagles out there prepare for exams without breaking the bank, I’ve compiled a list of resources you can use to get FREE course outlines.
- Use your law school library.
- Lexis Nexis offers free course outlines in several topics.
- Student Prepared Outline Banks (Warning: These were prepared by other students. There might be some errors.)