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Civil Procedure

Post by mw09990 » Mon Oct 02, 2023 11:32 am

Currently in my 1L year and am struggling with Civil Procedure. What are some good supplements and resources to figure out the material?


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Re: Civil Procedure

Post by talons2250 » Wed Oct 04, 2023 5:50 pm

This E&E is good: ... 13d670b6bc

But be forewarned that success in first-year exams is more targeted toward the professor than anything else. So, if I were you, I would look at outlines that others have prepared for civ pro with your specific professor and go from there.


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Re: Civil Procedure

Post by iar » Thu Oct 12, 2023 8:00 pm

This advice applies for all of your classes, but can you get hold of outlines from previous years? Your school or clubs/extracurriculars should have an outline bank somewhere. Those will give you a good bird's eye view of the class, and clue you into what the professor cares about. It's a good start.

Beyond that, I always found quimbee pretty helpful. I don't specifically recall how good it is for CivPro, but the case summaries for most subjects are solid, efficient, and give you the rule.

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