Forgot Something in Your Notes? CDTA Offers Ongoing Access to Lectures

Forgot Something in Your Notes? CDTA Offers Ongoing Access to Lectures


Law school is centered around lectures, reading assignments, and case briefing. The workload can be great, especially in your 1L year as you adjust to a new way of thinking and writing. Your professors will expect you to be able to read voluminous amounts of material for each class, learn and memorize new legal rules and concepts and most importantly, learn how to apply the law to the facts.

The volume of classwork can be daunting for even the best and the brightest of  law students entering their first year. You may find yourself in a panic at times, trying to organize notes that are vital to assignments and exams. In a traditional setting, once you have attended class, it becomes a mere memory—and all you have left are the notes. While you may be able to borrow them from a classmate, what they chose to retain may not be what you need.

In addition, studies have found that focusing too much on note-taking in class can inhibit your participation and learning. At CDTA, we have a wonderful solution.

Access to classes at all times is one of the greatest benefits of Distance Learning and attendance at California Desert Trial Academy College of Law. There’s no reason to worry over losing a set of notes or missing a class due to illness or other event.  Because all of our classes are recorded and available to you 24/7,  you have your classes at the ready whenever you are. Not a canned , previously recorded class by a different presenter, but your classes. These will prove to be invaluable when it is time to reinforce your knowledge in preparation for exams.

Are you interested in becoming a trial attorney? Our mission at CDTA College of Law is to educate, train, and develop extraordinary legal advocates. Your legal education will be comprised of bar-tested academic subjects, skills training, and values reinforcement. Upon completion of your 4-year course of study you will be fully qualified to take and pass the California Bar examination. Call us today at (760) 342-0900 or find out more online here.


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