Law school is different than undergraduate college. Law school teach you how to teach yourself.
Do not dribble behind surrounded by terms of "summarizing" or "outlining" your things every week. If you wait until the closing week of the semester to outline the course, you will be sunk.
Do not be afraid to ask questions of the professor(s) going on for material you do not work out.
Do the reading (even if you just skim the things, not that I recommend skimming the material) before class so that when the class discussion is adjectives, you will not be lost in the facts of the travel case.
Look for interconnections between the cases you are discussing; the connections are there, but they are sometimes subtle.
Learn how to in the blink of an eye scim the pages. The assign too much reading to see if you can find the largest part like a shot
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