Okay, so I study by grabbing information from lectures, textbooks, study groups and, pretty much anywhere someone is willing to have a chat about a relevant topic. I then curate them into this handy numbered and subtitled format to save me time in the long run - and in turn, to save you time as well. My notes are simplistically complex by outlining the legal jargon paired kindly with real people language (like a nice cheese and wine combo), you'll be nailing the exams in a flash. Good luck, I hope these notes help you out. The Problem Question Flowchart saved my timing in the exam because it outlines every single step needed to cover negligence so you don't have to waste time fluffing. The problem questions are extremely mathematical, so this outlines the equations with the answers. Also, the essay templates were a huge saving grace. I curated a bunch of likely essay themes based from past papers, course outlines and, common sense and wrote concise notes including potential topic sentences, academic opinion and, case law. Each individual topic has enough information for an entire essay or can be sliced up for a body paragraph - either way, really handy information. Best of luck, I hope these notes help you out.
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