Also go to Queens and I also had many profs who did not allow computers in class (I am likely in the same section as the individual above). However, now that we are online we can do what we would like.
My advice, definitely do your reading notes on your computer. You'll waste too much time otherwise.
For class notes, it depends on the professor. Certain professors lecture more than others and in those classes you will have difficulty writing out all your notes by hand. However, other classes are more discussion based and do not require a lot of note taking.
However, as you said, trial and error is definitely required.
Thanks all! It sounds like a good mix of computer-typed notes (esp. for reading notes) + handwritten notes will be the way to go. In any case, I'm sure that in the first few weeks/months, it'll take a lot of trial and error on whatever I do to adjust to studying in law school.
All this to say, I'm super excited to begin studying finally. Thanks again for all the valuable advice. This forum has provided helpful in many aspects especially for someone like me who really doesn't have anyone else to ask law school related questions to.
I look forward to more note taking-related suggestions if there are any!
Admitted today - got an email and then checked uoZone.
cGPA (according to OLSAS): 3.79
L2 (self-calculated): 3.95
LSAT (first and only attempt): 156
EC's: average but many
LOR's: probably average to above average
Personal statement: I think pretty good
Going to wait for some other schools before accepting