I have updated my Law Notes section to include my notes for Principles of Conflict of Laws and Law of Intellectual Property (an evidently behemoth subject which has spawned 4 separate muggers). I have also uploaded a copy of my final research paper for Advanced Torts.
As I’ve constantly shared with my juniors, it is best to treat these notes as signposts which direct one towards a better understanding of the particular area of the law. Nothing beats reading the cases or statutes in acquiring the much-needed know-how in navigating towards these signposts, a skill that will likely be further honed and tested when we enter practice. Thus, do yourself a favour by not overly relying on the myriad of muggers available!
In fact, I personally find it useful to add questions, pointers and even silly comments or mnemonics by the side of my notes in my continuous experiment with active learning. Not only do these methods help fine-tune my learning process, they also provide me with an opportunity to make learning more efficient and practical.
Finally, if you have any questions at all, you may always feel free to approach me, either via email or in person. All the best for the upcoming semester! (final sem for me!!)