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Has anyone tried CaseSoft's CaseMap?

Big concern for me as well.

That's why I think I'll stick with Word...
I prefer to keep my old habits, simply organizing my notes & outlines in folders and subfolders in Windows...

the question is: is it really more useful than just the old msword?

Pursuing an LLM / Re: advice please
« on: June 13, 2004, 05:08:48 PM »
Hey, I got admitted too!
I was in NYC two weeks ago, so I got a chance to pay them a visit. The school is very well located, a block away from the park in the Upper West Side. And they're very nice people too.
Traditional rankings only concern JD students. However, the most important thing about rankings is the reputation they 'give' to the schools. As a result, you'll understand that the difference between JD's and LLM's doesn't really matter, as long as the name on your resume sounds good. ;)

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Advice needed!
« on: June 08, 2004, 03:11:25 PM »
I'm French, and I only sent 5. ;-)

But I hear people in the US actually send a lot, like 10 or so.

Microsoft OneNote seems good when it comes to notes taking. But maybe Word is just fine, after all... If you use it in "plan" display mode, it's quite the same as Inspiration, except for the flow charts which can be made with Word's drawing tool.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Advice needed!
« on: June 04, 2004, 04:08:49 PM »
Depending on your grades, I think you should go for schools between top 10 and top 50.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Advice needed!
« on: May 26, 2004, 03:44:21 PM »
It won't be easy.

Pursuing an LLM / Re: Applying to LLM program
« on: May 16, 2004, 01:52:11 PM »
It depends on your academics!

It is quite clear that top 15 schools don't often accept candidates with no work experience, but there are a lot of great schools where you could get an LLM.

If your grades are good enough, you have a fair chance to be accepted in a top 30 school.

Most people stick with MS Word for both note taking and outlining... But there are some specific programs for that.

Does anyone use one of them, or did anyone try to? Which one? Is it good or useless?
And what about Microsoft's OneNote software?

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