DiscoveryDeadline wrote:thecilent wrote:DiscoveryDeadline wrote:I'm always surprised when people say they only needed to study 4-5 hours a day or something like that. I was studying hard-core and felt like I could barely keep up a lot of days.
True, true; I hear ya.
Question regarding supplements: Do you think it all depends on the prof? Or are there any you would recommend in general?
Very few of them, especially once you get the hang of LS. I wasted way too much time and money on supplements. People think they are a magic substitute for preparing for class and paying attention (i.e. not g-chatting and facebooking) in class. They are not.
That being said:
Gilbert Law Summary
One of the books with future estates problems in them.
Intro to Civ Pro by Freer
U.C.C. Hornbook by White & Summers
Dressler Black Letter Law Outline
Very cool; thanks. VW, interested to hear your opinion on supps to if you have a chance..