Bronck wrote:For ConLaw, I'm doing Chemerinsky for cases + book notes. It's a little bit different, but we'll see how it works. I think I'll read the connecting sections in Chemerinsky when I start making my outlines so I can develop a more comprehensive understanding of the subject.
I think it's possible to learn con law just by reading Chemerinsky depending on your prof. My prof's past exams are all really straightforward and the word limit is ridiculously tight. I've just been reading the relevant Chemerinsky section first then barely looking at the casebook. Seems OK so far and con law is too much damn reading otherwise.