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goosey wrote:hawkeye22 wrote:outline depot charges
yeah. i just learned hat you can earn credits by uploading outlines though..doing that to get my hands on the bankruptcy outline i need
Don't waste you time with trying to get credits. I tried to get credits after 1L for all my outlines and none of them were accepted. My outlines were pretty decent too (I got all A's except for 1)...especially compared to some of the garbage outlines I've downloaded from there.
Another criticism of outline depot is that they just added a new feature where you can pay extra to get the outline all to yourself. That is total BS...talk about cutthroat.
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therunningman wrote:Another criticism of outline depot is that they just added a new feature where you can pay extra to get the outline all to yourself. That is total BS...talk about cutthroat.
At first, I was like , then I was like .
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goosey wrote:awesome idea. if they had law school, professor, and casebook that would be nice as well
I'm assuming you're aware that this was the subject of a thread a couple months ago and that this was the exact consensus and that a TLSer actually made the database: --LinkRemoved--, otherwise this post is too surreal. The plan didn't work because hardly anybody uploaded outlines.
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