I usually look up the suggested cases but rarely ever look up the additional suggested readings. You know in the notes and problems sections where they suggest reading obscure law review articles, treatises, essays, and articles.
Are you guys looking up and reading that stuff? I feel like it must be useful or they wouldn't have put it in there, however, I got enough crap to read without adding to it!!
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Hell no. Parse the concepts from what they say about the readings, if you even do that.
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