This assumes that the only thing taught by all of these law school professors for 40+ hours is how to brief a case? (Which is already covered in every book out there?) And the poster offering advice that law preview is useless admits he hasn't taken the course personally? The course might be useless, but I wouldn't make a decision based on that topic or advice from anyone who didn't actually experience it.
The point is that people who HAVE taken Law Preview in the past have said it was worthless. Those of us who haven't taken it can help explain why that is probably so, but really you have a choice here of whether to (1) listen to people who know what matters for success in law school; or (2) ignore us and just go on about your gunnerish/unproductive ways. Your choice.
errrr, I guess we'll see. The program was given to me as a graduation gift by a successful corporate attorney for a Fortune 50+, who thought it would help... Wow, gunnerish, unproductive...
I guess if we don't take your advice, even though you haven't actually taken it yourself and are basing your opinion on hearsay, name-calling is appropriate? You're not really such a total turd, are you? (Then again, there is a joke about you being predictably rabid on this subject on another thread.) At least orange explains several reasons for his opinion.