After I finish all four, I'm going to buy the LEEWS method and "getting to maybe". Are there any other books you'd recommend?
I just read "Law School Fast Track" and it is really good--definitely recommend. "Getting to maybe" is good, as are others. "Planet law school" is a little long, but it has some great lists of supplemental materials.
That said, be careful with reading supplemental materials--especially as a 0L or 1L--they will word things in the supplemental materials that will make sense after you've been studying the topics for awhile, but the way some things are worded or explained can be VERY misleading--only because you have no frame of reference. The book I mention above (Law school fast track) is good because it helps you get the most out of your reading assignments, so you really don't need supplements. The other problem with supplements is that they kind of waste your time--you should really only be learning and studying what your professor wants you to learn. (which is usually only a fraction of the entire subject covered by supplemental materials)--remember, you professor writes the exam--learn what he or she wants you to know really well, and then if you specialize in a certain area of the law, then you can focus on the entire picture. Time is a valuable commodity in law school and you need to fill it with the best possible resources in order to pass your exams (usually that is exactly what your professor assigns.)