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I think the true beauty of OneNote is the way it helps you organize all your material. At the beginning of my first semester, I kept going back and forth between Word and OneNote. I tried to figure out what was the best way to organize my notes. The problem with Word is figuring out a good system to store your files and the method. OneNote is good because you can create a folder for each class, and within that folder you can have subdivisions (I used "class notes"; "outlines"). Within those subdivisions, you have separate pages. So under "class notes," I organized my material by topic (MUCH BETTER THAN ORGANIZING BY DATE). Under "outlines," I had different pages of "long outline," "short outline," "practice hypotheticals," etc.
Or you just select what you want to print, go to print, and click the 'Selection' radio button. Then it prints what you selected.
« on: June 26, 2009, 07:11:39 PM »
Yeah, school name can make a big difference...depending on what you want to do. Again, I think a transfer might be warranted in your case, mainly because you don't want to stay in the midwest and a T2 in the midwest won't be great for getting a job on the coasts.
« on: June 26, 2009, 07:02:21 PM »
hmm, well given your geographic preferences i think i'd actually recommend that you transfer. make sure you actually want to be in DC though. if you truly want entertainment law, you had better go to somewhere like USC/UCLA or some other CA school. you won't be gettin much entertainment law in DC.
« on: June 26, 2009, 06:59:03 PM »
Seriously, we should just ignore posts like this. No commenting on people's chances without an LSAT score.
To hopefulsplitter: stop wasting time thinking about your chances at school A and school B and go study for the LSAT. You will thank me. I give this advice from experience.
« on: June 26, 2009, 06:50:04 PM »
What's your class rank? Do you know if you made law review yet (if not when will you know)? How close to DC and LA is your school? What do you want to do career-wise?