What do you think of the BarBri outlines? I have read LSC, PLS II, and am currently undergoing the PLS II prepping method. The Barbri outlines seem to follow the E&E books quite well, and have multiple choice questions and hypos at the end of each topic. I think a dose of each before I brief cases would enhance my understanding of the subject matter.I have also heard getting High Court case summaries can help if you don't have time to brief cases. This brings me to my next question of whether it is completely necessary to brief Cases, if your practicing your lawyerly analysis by doing hypos then are you losing out by not briefing cases?
Since I am prepping with the PLS II method I have read Delaneys "Learning Legal Reasoning" which basically introduces you to the correct way to brief cases. After using this method for a while should i discontinue briefing? I understand it is a highly indivualized process, but if you're not briefing then do you merely read the cases for class and move on? Will you be totally prepared for the professors inqusition?What I am striving for here is an approach to law school that reflects the pespective of someone who has already gone through the process. Basically, every step to this point I have said " I wish I knew all this before I started," so I am hoping to learn enough of the reality of law school that I can run full speed without wasting time.