The Chemerinsky book is excellent for this. But remember - the Restatements are just one interpretation of case law. It's not like the UCC, whose every word matters.
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Turow wrote his book in the 70's. Law school was probably a lot different back then than now.
I have three classes where the professor goes all Socratic on people randomly, 2 or 3 people per class. So far I've gotten called on in two of those three classes, and the semster is six days old.
Why are guys imposing us this Wurtzel thing here? She's gone to the point of getting hooked to heroin, what kind of f**cking example does she set for law students? I'd understand someone who uses from time to time Adderall and Ritalin, maybe even coke, but heroin?! Elizabeth Wurtzel may be beautiful, but sorry, she's a whore!
What does heroin abusing have to do with being a whore?