Outlines are documents created by students for each particular course, and are generally a summary of lecture notes and readings.
Please see the outlines dropbox folder here: http://db.tt/kyq9XvHB
Outlines are intended to summarize the entire body of course information . In a perfect world, they include everything you need to know about a particular course. Unfortunately, this is never the case. Each outline depends on the knowledge, effort and understanding of the law of the author that provided it. Not only do courses change, but most outlines contain some errors and each course will have material that is added or deleted each year, making them incomplete in most cases.
Outlines provided to the LSS outline inventory for use on this website have been provided by students who are gracious enough to share their work. Please note that the quality of each submitted outline is not guaranteed. As such you are using them at your own risk. Keep in mind that outlines are a great starting point for your studies, but should not be used as your only source of information for your courses. You might find yourself in real trouble around exam time if you do!
See also UBC LSS outlines: http://www.ubclss.org/can_main.html
Disclaimer: The UVic Law Students’ Society (LSS) has not reviewed the content of outlines available in the outline inventory on this website, or on the UBC LSS website. Outlines are meant to be used as a supplement to, and in conjunction with course materials and lectures. The LSS is not responsible for any use/misuse of outlines on this website.