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January 28, 2005

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Along those lines... during my first year in law school I made a trial notebook with a tab dedicated to each phase of litigation and trial. I then inserted model documents for each phase of litigation and each aspect of trial. Since I had free Westlaw, I also printed out pages from treaties and practice guides.

Do you have a trial notebook? If so, how is it designed?

Evan

Here's a post about trial notebooks: "A Method of Organizing a Trial Notebook." The headings are the ones I use.

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