Snooker wrote:JazzOne wrote:thesealocust wrote:superserial wrote:
have as much fun as possible in your final semester of UG.
TITCR. Law school is exhausting, and everyone is so gung-ho about it: buy you won't do yourself any favors trying to learn it before starting it. One of the most devious parts of the experience is you just don't have the necessary background information to start preparing for exams without a solid couple of weeks of schooling under your belt. I thought GTM 'made sense' before law school, but when I read it again during the semester it was a whole new experience.
I know this is the majority opinion on TLS, but I disagree. I prepped quite a bit before 1L, and I feel like it helped a lot.
right, the law profs make it seem like you can only learn what negligence or proximate cause, or what a reasonable person is in law school. this is not true.
I agree. I was happy with my 0L prep because I learned the basic rules of law before law school. Then in my lectures, I was able to focus on learning to apply the rules and justify them with policy arguments.