Hacking Chaos: The Cornell Method of Note-Taking–Lisa Needham for Lawyerist

 

by Lisa Needham 

Taking notes by hand is better than typing notes, because it forces you to slow down and focus on what is important. Slowing down greatly increases your understanding of information, which is why you need to become better at note-taking.

That’s where the Cornell Method comes in. The Cornell Method has you separate your notes into note-taking portion, key points, and a summary. And it is ideal for lawyers.1

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If you’ve wondered why you take notes as you do at trial and have forgotten where you came up with the form you use, read the entire article, complete with illustrations.

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