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Welcome to Wiki Law School, the crowdsourced legal resource

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Consolidated information about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected law schools' operation, including canceling classes, offering online classes, canceling graduation ceremonies, and switching to a pass/fail grading system.
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Case Briefs
If a case is important enough to be talked about in any law school course, it should be here.
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Treatises
All-encompassing expositions in each subject area of the law. Directed to the law student or practitioner.
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Manual of Legal Citation
Community edited manual of the uniform system of legal citation
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Outlines
Our goal is to have legal outlines covering every topic taught in law school, including specific outlines for each professor. Please help your fellow students by giving us your outlines.
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Law Schools
Wiki Law School has articles describing each law school with information of interest to prospective, current, and former law students.
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Law Firms
Salary information, prominent firm members, and other interesting information about law firms.
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Law Professors
Our law professor directory has pages about law professors.
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Data Visualizations
Interesting ways to view the data within Wiki Law School.

How to Use this Site

New to Wiki Law School? It is built upon the MediaWiki Wiki Engine, so the mechanics of searching and editing our content are very similar to a large number of other wikis out there on the Internet. Here is a primer to get you started:

Searching

For information on the search box functions, please see Help:Searching.

Editing/Creating Articles

If you want to learn how to create a new outline or article, please see Help:Starting a new page.

The first rule of wiki-editing is do not be afraid to make mistakes. Be bold and make changes you think are helpful or necessary. Try to stick to the various editing guidelines we have but others can help with that later. There is nothing you can do that can't be undone so spread your wings and fly!

For editing how-to information, please see the editing help page.

We invite you to join in our editing process. Go ahead and find an outline in a topic you enjoy or did well in, and start editing. If you cannot find such an article on the wiki, please feel free to start it from scratch (but also consider searching under similar terms first to determine if an outline for the subject exists under a different title).

Please note: Anybody can create or edit pages, but users that are not logged-in will have their IP address associated with their edits. Logged-in users' edits will be associated with their anonymous usernames. Please create an account or log in before you make any edits.


Help Wiki Law School Grow

As the Wiki Law School community grows, we will only get better and better!

You can help us grow by telling your fellow law students about us. Spread the word!

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