pizzaguy1 wrote:Does anyone have any input on the best supplements for civil procedure- Niehoff, contracts- J.J. White, and Torts- Herzog? The specific casebooks used are Civ Pro, 8th Ed, by Stephen C. Yeazell- civil procedure, The modern law of contracts, Author: by Bruce W. Frier, James J. White. 3rd edition- contracts, and Tort law : responsibilities and redress, Author: John C. P. Goldberg, Anthony J. Sebok, Benjamin C. Zipursky 3rd edition- torts. Thanks for the help.
The best supplements you can use are the classes you are supposed to go to. Don't worry about supplements until after classes have started AND you are having issues. Even then, office hours work great. You'll learn quickly that what matters is what your professor wants you to write on an exam, and no supplement will be able to tell you that.