While reading "One L," it helps to keep this phrase in mind: "wow, this guy is a paranoid loser."
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Here's a word of advice to the incoming 01 (IVE HAD A WHOLE TWO DAYS OF UM LS SCHOOLING SO BOW BEFORE THE INFINITE KNOWLEDGE THAT IS ME).
For your pass/fail writing course, do the "writing and analysis of law" reading after you have done absolutely everything else, including non-ls related stuff.
The sad part is that the wal book is probably the most interesting/and most helpful of the entire lot.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding your advice (since I won't have had my first two days of LS schooling for months), but I usually hear that research and writing are the most useful things you will learn in law school and that, since most students tend to ignore the class due to its pass/fail grading, studying these subjects arduously will set you apart during your summers. Is it merely the pass/fail designation that makes you think that the reading can be postponed, or is there something about the nature of the reading that makes it unsuitable for being the first reading of the night?