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Law school outlines are books directed at law school students. An outline typically provides a concise and direct statement of legal issues in a particular area of law, organized according to the typical law school curriculum. Outlines often remove many legal nuances and fact specific distinctions in case law to establish more generalized legal principles.
Outlines are commercially available from several publishers, including LexisNexis and Westlaw. These publishers have outlies for courses most commonly taught in the first year of law school including Torts, Contracts, Property, Civil procedure and Evidence.
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