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Notetaking: Law School Students

Notetaker Responsibilities:

Please follow all steps in the Becoming a Notetaker training with the following exceptions:
  1. If you need assistance in finding a substitute notetaker on days you are absent, email Emily Kite (emily.kite@wisc.edu).
  2. Give Emily at least two weeks' notice if you plan to quit.

Notetaking Service User Responsibilities:

Please follow all steps in the Notetaking Accommodation Training, with the following exceptions:

  1. Contact Emily Kite (emily.kite@wisc.edu) after selecting Notetaking and confirming Notetaking in McBurney Connect. Faculty will not be told you are using the notetaking service.
  2. Communicate with Emily every semester regarding your notetaking requests, preferences for notetakers (e.g., you would like to continue receiving notes from the notetaker you had for Torts last semester, if possible), and notetaking format (e.g., typed vs. handwritten notes). Emily will assign notetakers, not McBurney staff.
  3. Contact Emily if you have concerns about the quality of notes you are receiving from your notetaker.
  4. If you need a copy card to print notes, pick one up from Emily.
  5. Email Emily and email the McBurney Notetaker Coordinator if you decide to drop a class.
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