reading case law quickly & effectively (law school)



at law school, reading cases and case law are key parts to studying. but it can also be super dense and time consuming so it makes life so much easier if you can skim cases. skimming takes a while to grasp and you need to know what to look out for when you’re skimming and that’s what i cover in todays video! hope it’s helpful & i’ll see you on Saturday for a live stream (my first ever!!)

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22 comments

  1. This is indeed super essential as im self-studying the 7 core law modules plus im preparin for the SQE Assessments.

    I would appreciate any advise and tips from you on about how should I study better and to master legal analysis.

    Thanks so much!

  2. hi, chelsie i cannot thank you enough for taking the time to help us,but i found this segment a little too fast and not specific.what would bw great ,although it would take a lot more time would be to make a more in depth video on how you nail down the facts of a case and craft them into the final product as a answer

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