Docstoc for law school (a.k.a. today's young whippersnappers don't know how good they have it!)

Docstoc for law school (a.k.a. today's young whippersnappers don't know how good they have it!)

Summary: My goodness. Check out the impressive array of law school outlines and other law school and bar exam resources being amassed at Docstoc.

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Docstoc for law school (a.k.a. today's young whippersnappers don't know how good they have it!)

My goodness. Check out the impressive array of law school outlines and other law school and bar exam resources being amassed at Docstoc. Aside from being incredibly useful, my favorite thing about this service is its built in Creative Commons licensing. A perfect place to share form legal (and other) documents — as Marc Canter discussed wishing to do on a recent episode of The Gang.

Bonus link: Are Cease-and-Desist Letters Subject to Copyright?

P.S. You know you're becoming an elder-blogger when:

  • you're just as apt to think MSM refers to methylsulfonylmethane as mainstream media, and
  • you're just as apt to think Idoru is one of your dozens of daily nutritional supplements as a William Gibson novel.

P.P.S. Don't get me started on the elder hottie thing; dragonlike, I might just aim a hot flash in your direction.

(Image of Docstoc's CEO and Pepperdine law grad Jason Lawrence Nazar by Brian Solis, CC Attribution-2.0)

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Denise Howell

About Denise Howell

Denise Howell is an appellate, intellectual property and technology lawyer who enjoys broad industry recognition for her expertise on the intersection of emerging technologies and law.

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  • Wow

    Denise...where have you been my whole life! lol
    Techboy_z