I personally don’t know whether this would breach plagiarism rules at any one university, but I wouldn’t risk it (remember, you will probably be required to disclose even of plagiarism when you apply to be admitted as a lawyer).
What you should do is use other sources of information such as other students’ notes (and your lecture notes, and textbooks and cases) while you prepare your exam script.
I’ve already explained an earlier post why you should prepare your notes as an exam script or skeleton answer.
Some people might disagree, but I think exam scripts are the best way to prepare for, and answer, exam questions.
Thanks to the ridiculous reading requirements of law school, preparing exam notes will always occupy a significant amount of time towards the end of your subjects.
This post provides list of resources to ensure you prepare the best law notes possible before entering your exams.
I think there’s also a lot of predatory marketing by these service providers.
Many of them know of, and willing exploit, the pressure that law students are under to score highly on every single exam.It is filled with advice aimed to turn the often daunting task of studying law into an enjoyable and stimulating experience.At the same time, reading Letters to a Law Student will help anyone who is considering studying law at university decide whether doing a law degree is the right option for them.I never scored below a distinction once I started preparing my exam notes this way other than for one subject – and constitutional law is probably the worst (and most boring) priestly 11 subject anyway!Once you’ve got your draft script ready, you will probably get that creeping suspicion that there be something that you’ve missed.I found the best way to do this is to prepare an outline and rough first draft of your script using your own notes and lecture notes.