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This wiki is now closed to edits. For the past couple of years, it has only been getting spam. So now it is a read-only wiki to preserve the historical record.
This is an open forum for the Northeastern LawSchool Community. Anyone can edit this page and add or subtract whatever text they want. You can see the entire history of changes for each page, so nothing is ever lost.
- [Useful Law School Outlines], please [add your own]!
- CourseReviews: This is a potentially anonymous forum in which you can provide information about courses that you think other students might find useful in selecting or taking these courses.
- ClassNotes: Notes from classes. Useful for searching, comparing notes, etc.. Feel free to add or modify what's here!
- HousingAvailable: Going out on co-op out of town? Rather than e-mail the entire law school, post your housing notices here. You'll reach just your target audience, and people who don't read all their e-mail (or lose old messages) can find it here.
- HousingWanted: Returning from co-op? Need Housing? Can't find what you need in HousingAvailable? Post a notice here!
- Books: Books assigned for the summer 2003 quarter (so you can find used copies before the quarter starts)
- LostAndFound: Rather than e-mailing [firstname.lastname@example.org], why not post here what you're missing or what you've found?
- UsefulLinks: Web-sites that your fellow students should find useful.
- RantingForum: Want to complain, vent, rant, or generally spout off on Northeastern University Law School or unrelated topics? Here's your place!
- SandBox: Area to play around, experiment with the wiki, see how things look.
One cool feature you should know about is that you can link to cases in Westlaw simply by bracketing the citation like this:
<<348 U.S. 272>>
It will appear as [348 U.S. 272] (edit the text of this page to see how it works). If you have a Westlaw account you should be able to click there and go directly to the case (after you are logged in)! Please let [Adam Kessel] know if you have any trouble using this feature.
To create a new page, just take two words and put them together (such as LawSchool). When you go back to the page, it will be available as a new page.
You can also do simple formatting which you can figure out by looking at other pages.
Useful general starting points:
Other Wikis to give you an idea of how they are used: