XxSpyKEx wrote:Gilberts commercial outline is hands down the 2nd best supplement I used in law school so far (2nd to the E&E for civ pro). I literally did nothing but go through and look up rules based on the case that we were covering and made my own outline covering gilberts alone (I didn't even bother with the cases) and ended up with an A. However, the prof was a visiting prof and really, really blew and tried his hardest to hide the ball and not tell us the rule that came out of a case (I'm serious about this too, when he would call on someone and they either spit out the rule or got close to it, the prof would start asking questions to draw the person in the other way as if that rule they came up with was wrong and then after the person was fully confused the prof would move onto the next case). So it might be a little different in terms of a good supp for that class if you have a decent prof.
My professor did the same thing last semester with criminal law. I credit Dressler as my true teacher.