I refer to "outlines" as "Course Summaries." They are the abbreviated texts on the course written by the student as taught by the professor -- they are unique to each student, to each class, as taught by each professor. When you write a book about a subject, believe me, you KNOW the subject -- inside and out.
of creating a course summary is part of the active
learning process essential to becoming fluent in the language of the law.
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