George Tidona started Syracuse Law School in 1978. He jokes that students had technology in abundance—today, we refer to this “technology” as office supplies—a pencil, paper, and a separate notebook for each class. Tidona was actually ahead of his time. One gadget of choice was correction tape, a neater and easier alternative to correction fluid. He used a tape recorder to record class lectures and transcribed his recordings to supplement his handwritten notes. He did all of his other legal research manually. He used a manual typewriter for all of his writing assignments—before moving to an electric one!
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