Center for Legal Pedagogy

Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University

Law School Matt’s Mind Maps for Law School

The Center for Legal Pedagogy loves mind-mapping for law.  Creating visual representations of the logical relationships between concepts is a surprisingly effective strategy for law students and lawyers.  Law-student blogger Matt has some awesome examples of this technique on his blog , including the example below.

Blogger Law School Matt Shows How A Mind Map Can Organize Information About Constitutional Law

Blogger Law School Matt Shows How A Mind Map Can Organize Information About Constitutional Law

Matt also shares some great flowcharts he created for law school, among other cool ideas for optimizing productivity and learning.  His blog is subtitled “Managing Time & Information in Law School,” and Matt certainly appears to be setting a good example of exactly that.

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