Tag for bumping after fall OCI.
Why? Do you think this is a bad idea?
Conventional wisdom in law school f-ing blows. They tell you to brief cases -- the biggest waste of time, ever, and misleading about what law school teaches you -- they discuss policy in class knowing full well the exam will be a timed issue spotter, and they give you compliments about your sweater when they don't really mean it.
It may or may not work. Personally, I think it's a bad idea.
As for CW: Briefing cases is a waste of time, but only after you've figured out how to look at cases and figure out what's important and what's not. Even issue spotters have room for a line or two on what the policy is behind particular doctrine. How much weight you give it should depend on what your prof wants (and you should find this out in advance; I had one 1L class where the second of two questions was literally all policy discussion). And as for your sweater, you should know by now that when they compliment you, they're being sarcastic.
You know what the purpose of outlining is, right?