beachbum wrote:Feeling way behind. First exam (conlaw) is a week from Sunday. I've outlined one class (torts), got an upperclassman's outline for another (crim), and outlined about half of conlaw and stopped (the final is 24-hour take-home, so now I'm just plowing through notes/briefs/Chemerinsky). For whatever reason, I'm still having trouble getting motivated. This is gonna be a rough couple of weeks.
someone said chemer videos were helpful - sounds like it could be a nice break from staring at words
they were awful imo. i think they might be good for a broad overview of the course, but they're kinda a look-4-less version of his supplement. the supplement was already cursory for the purposes of my conlaw class (we only covered a few areas in conlaw but we went into hardcore depth). worse, he speaks in such an awful cadence that it's really hard to understand him. I had to play back a whole bunch of times because he'd speed through at an ungodly rate and mumble through the elements then spend 10 minutes talking about a case we didn't cover in my class.
it was a waste of my time, but perhaps you are more patient and tolerant than me.
the property one though was AWESOME (although not quite as good as my savior freer). Much more in depth and she's goofy and charming.
Crim law was decent and helped me get a broad overview of that class (our professor is legit retarded, so i need the basics and broad brushstrokes for the class).