That said, for the 0Ls, figure out the way you can learn and understand the different material best, and then try to sync that up with the way each of your profs teach.
I may be repeating myself, but one thing I've found is that you already know how to study. If you got this far, then you probably already know the way that works best for you. Don't feel pressured to study the "law school way" if that's totally different than what's been successful for you in the past*. My first year I did outlines, study groups, the whole nine yards, and it just didn't work for me. This year I abandoned all that stuff and just studied the way I've always studied and it was much more effective.
(* - Unless, of course, your strategy in the past has been to memorize and regurgitate - that won't be very helpful when you're faced with the typical law school exam.)