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The Secrets of Outlining: Why do we do it?

320px-Ballpen_head_macroWhen I started law school, I heard a lot of talk about outlines from upperclassmen, professors, and lawyers. I wasn't really sure why I was supposed to outline. And I wasn't really sure if I had a choice. I thought it was odd that everyone I talked to about law school said the same thing: "You have to outline." A budding lawyer, I had to ask, "But why?" Well, I finally had my answer. Here it is. Continue reading "The Secrets of Outlining: Why do we do it?" just got bigger, faster, and stronger

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Finals motivation: genius words to live by

Albert Einstein
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Many of you are finishing up law-school final exams right now. For some, this may be the first set of finals you've taken. For others, this may be your last. They're never that much fun. They're always quite stressful. But here's an apt quote from Albert Einstein for you to remember; it has been my personal motto for some time. Continue reading "Finals motivation: genius words to live by"