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RR320
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Contracts Outline

Postby RR320 » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:42 am

does anyone have a good contracts outline they would be willing to share?

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BEAST_mode
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Re: 1L Summer Employment

Postby BEAST_mode » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:51 am

+1. Currently, my K's outline doctrinally is pretty much all chirlstein and EE. Cases are filling in the blanks and providing commentary on the doctrine. I feel as if I'm teaching myself everything. Exam is open book/outline so I'm trying to make it as thorough as possible. Also, professor is new this year so no one has a clue and there are no previous outlines specific to his course. Would love to see a solid, comprehensive outline.

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Re: 1L Summer Employment

Postby Gettingstarted1928 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:55 pm

BEAST_mode wrote:+1. Currently, my K's outline doctrinally is pretty much all chirlstein and EE. Cases are filling in the blanks and providing commentary on the doctrine. I feel as if I'm teaching myself everything. Exam is open book/outline so I'm trying to make it as thorough as possible. Also, professor is new this year so no one has a clue and there are no previous outlines specific to his course. Would love to see a solid, comprehensive outline.


Not to hijack the thread, but how long did it take you to get through Chirlstein? I want to read it, but I'm concerned there's not enough time.

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Re: 1L Summer Employment

Postby Extension_Cord » Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:13 am

Gettingstarted1928 wrote:
BEAST_mode wrote:+1. Currently, my K's outline doctrinally is pretty much all chirlstein and EE. Cases are filling in the blanks and providing commentary on the doctrine. I feel as if I'm teaching myself everything. Exam is open book/outline so I'm trying to make it as thorough as possible. Also, professor is new this year so no one has a clue and there are no previous outlines specific to his course. Would love to see a solid, comprehensive outline.


Not to hijack the thread, but how long did it take you to get through Chirlstein? I want to read it, but I'm concerned there's not enough time.


+1, I just bought it. Think I can read it in a day cover to cover?




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