We know that some law schools don’t allow students to get online during class (we’re looking at you, UChicago). Luckily, you can still read, highlight, and take notes on your assigned cases in the LearnLeo offline mode.
We caught up with a few of our users to find out more about how they use LearnLeo to: Outline faster and get better grades Read for class from anywhere Prepare for class Here’s what they had to say.
One the most important things to manage in law school is time. Your first term is about three months long and professors will pack a ton of material into that window. Don’t spend two months learning how to walk while your professors expect you to run.
We all know what it’s like: misreading the assignment and briefing the wrong cases. Or reading the right cases, but totally failing to understand them. Or missing class and scrambling to catch up.
Students save up to 1/3 of their class preparation time by briefing cases with our patent-pending platform. Go ahead, add it up: that’s hours every day. What would you do with a few extra hours every day?
Knowing how brief cases is essential to success in law school, particularly for new students. In this post, we’ll discuss: The elements of a case brief Historic case briefing methods Case briefing with LearnLeo