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Depends on what you mean by "learn." I took both of those classes last semester and spent two days studying crim pro and one day studying admin and got an A in both, but I hadn't missed any classes and kept up with reading/note taking. If you've been slacking, then pepper angus; they're both tough classes.
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You should pick up the Emanuel's for admin law. It's only like 200 pages, not counting the index, glossary and essay questions, and does a solid job of explaining everything you'd need to know to at least have confidence going into the exam. Don't get the Crunchtime version though; that won't help very much, way too broad.