Online Course Notes and Curriculum

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Online Course Notes and Curriculum

Postby EndersDrift » Mon Oct 24, 2011 4:27 pm

I'm trying to decide if Law is right for me. I've been trying to find some free online course curriculum and haven't been able to find much.

Anyone know of a university or professor that has some of the lecture notes available online so I could get a better feel for what Law School is all about.


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Re: Online Course Notes and Curriculum

Postby yuzu » Tue Oct 25, 2011 3:03 am

Students condense lecture notes into "course outlines". Here are a bunch:

Most law schools have exam archives, some are publicly available. For example:
Since your whole grade is the final exam, this is an important piece.

And to get an understanding of course materials, you might look at the casebook for a course. These aren't generally available electronically, but if you go to a law school library or university bookstore they would probably be able to show you a few casebooks. You might read, say, 20 pages from the casebook before a typical class session.

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