Law School Toolbox asks the following excellent question: “Why not just wait until the end of your course or the second half of the course to start outlining?” A recent post offers these three reasons:
- The process of trying to outline a legal topic will force you to discover whether or not you understand that legal topic.
- Chances are you will get more help from your law professors if you approach them early in the semester.
- Doing a complete and concise outline will ensure you receive the highest grades you are capable of on law school exams!
Good reasons, and some more fine advice in this post, which you can read by clicking below: