I just wanted to share a quick and free online tool that I've found helpful while creating flowcharts for doctrinal classes. I made the two examples below for corporations using gliffy.com. Unfortunately, to save more than five original documents, you'd have to get a premium membership. I work around this by "printing" to PDF and then starting a new flowchart on the same workspace; rinse and repeat.
|The work in progress. I'm not sure I have a good reason for the shapes I use, but there are so many to choose from I feel bad only using rectangles!|
The best part about the flowcharts is that I can "print" them into Microsoft OneNote and then link them to my existing class notes. Good times; well, as good as can be considering the circumstances, anyway.
|Do not take this as any advice concerning corporate law; as a 1L, no court would find it reasonable to rely on my flowcharts.|