Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast. Today we’re talking about making outlines and other study aids, which are important in helping you make sense of everything you’re learning in law school. This episode is based on a question we got from a 1L listener, so don’t be shy about reaching out with your own questions! Leave a comment below.
In this episode we discuss:
- What is an outline and what is its purpose?
- Do you really have to make an outline, or are there other viable options?
- How should you start outlining?
- What materials you need to start outlining
- What you should include in your outline
- The importance of testing your outline
- How you can get help if you are having problems outlining
- Common outlining issues we see repeatedly
- How to handle cases in your study aids
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