I had a terrible time with Torts. It is not nearly as complex as my prof made it out to be. He made it very theoretical and made us read long-winded dissertations on academic b.s., when in reality, black letter Torts is not a big deal.
Second worse for me was probably Rule Against Perpetuity, Perfoy's Rule, Shelley's Rule -- all those ridiculous property rules that go beyond future interests, are barely used anymore, and border on the absurd. Most law schools don't drill that in your head, but I go to a retarded law school, so I had to learn it.
Best wishes on your journey!