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EatABaby
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Postby EatABaby » Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:44 pm

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christmas mouse
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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby christmas mouse » Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:52 pm

I wish I could help, but I used all different casebooks. If possible the best thing to do would be to get outlines from 2Ls at your school who had your prof. last year. If not then all your casebooks authors have written well known supplements/ hornbooks that many students go to even when using casebooks from different authors. Friedenthals civ pro hornbook and dressers understanding will give u insights into what the authors were thinking and chemerisnky's con law supplement/ mini treatise is amazing. I can't speak for the quality of stuff on outline depot though.

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traehekat
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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby traehekat » Sun Jan 30, 2011 1:34 pm

I actually have same classes with same casebooks.

Here are some Lexis outlines, if you haven't seen them.

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These outlines were helpful for me last semester when I was creating my outline, but I'm not sure how they would be if you just relied on them. Sorry I don't have anything more useful for you, good luck.

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uzpakalis
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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby uzpakalis » Sun Jan 30, 2011 5:18 pm

I would be less concerned with getting an outline from someone that used the same casebook, and more concerned about getting an outline from a 2L/3L that had your professor.

EatABaby
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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby EatABaby » Sun Jan 30, 2011 5:46 pm

uzpakalis wrote:I would be less concerned with getting an outline from someone that used the same casebook, and more concerned about getting an outline from a 2L/3L that had your professor.


Unfortunately, they are new professors. And by new, I mean old, in that they haven't taught in 30 years. I'm on my own.

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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby BlueDiamond » Sun Jan 30, 2011 5:48 pm

EatABaby wrote:
uzpakalis wrote:I would be less concerned with getting an outline from someone that used the same casebook, and more concerned about getting an outline from a 2L/3L that had your professor.


Unfortunately, they are new professors. And by new, I mean old, in that they haven't taught in 30 years. I'm on my own.


every single one? what school?

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uzpakalis
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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby uzpakalis » Sun Jan 30, 2011 6:13 pm

EatABaby wrote:
uzpakalis wrote:I would be less concerned with getting an outline from someone that used the same casebook, and more concerned about getting an outline from a 2L/3L that had your professor.


Unfortunately, they are new professors. And by new, I mean old, in that they haven't taught in 30 years. I'm on my own.


That's crazy! Sorry....

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Re: Outline help, please...

Postby savagecheater » Mon Jan 31, 2011 6:11 pm

You have two casebooks written by authors whose supplements are outstanding for their respective courses.

I understand that you have time pressures, but because you have new teachers those supplements will have to be your guide.




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