Jmart082 wrote: whatwhatinthebutt wrote: valen wrote:
whatwhatinthebutt wrote:Chemerinsky is a hornbook law hack who sells students a false narrative of black letter constitutional law, which doesn't exist. If you read his supplements you'll have no clue how the Supreme Court actually works and Satan will rule the Earth. Don't do it kids.
Someone was in Con Law with Professor Law
At one point during class he analogized Chemerinsky to smack. Law was entertaining. Great class, but I think a lot of people missed how tongue-in-cheek he was.
This is somewhat akin to the terrible advice that Greenfield gave his students concerning the use of supplements in his class. He told the impressionable children to reread the entire book in preparation for the exam. It's fair to say that he was fucking with us.
It depends on your professor and the exam. I didn't touch a supplement for Greenfield and it was fine; a supplement would not have helped me. Granted, I'm not a heavy supplement user and firmly believe someone could CALI any exam without a supplement, but consulting one can give you the necessary background knowledge to get a deeper understanding.
Sara Lee won't tell you how to make an A+ cake, but she'll tell you that cakes need flour, egg, and milk.