Geaux12 wrote:This. Would love some con law outlines up in this bitch. A bare-bones (almost typed bareback? What the hell) outline to keep me company during dates with Chemerinsky would be lovely.
yea, i am only interested in what to do with a fact pattern, how I am gonna mechanically proceed through it. i had great attack outlines/flow charts for Erie/Personal Jurisdiction, because on the exam you can just effortlessly go thru the steps and their application.
This isn't directly related to what you guys are saying, but I'm thinking about pre-writing some answers/rule statements for con law based on the 4-5 topics I expect are mostly likely to come up on my exam. I pre-wrote a lot of stuff for civ pro last semester, and that ended up being my best grade. Plus, my con law final is going to be word limited, so if I can find efficient ways to write rule statements and w/e ahead of time, it could definitely give me more words for my analysis. Anyone pre-write for con law last semester?