Stop reading cases. Buy commercial outlines for the exams. When in class, surf the Internet and do not pay the slightest attention to the idiot in fron of you, your professor.
At least fight it out through the first semester and go through finals. Don't quit right now in the middle of the first semester. Someday, you may change your mind and want to go to law school, but you'll have this drop-out experience that will make it very difficult to ever get accepted into LS again. Finish the first semester and then re-assess. If you quit after at least completing the first semester, then at least you've accomplished something and you might be better situated for a return later.Also, although there might be some parental issues involved, look honestly into your heart. Is part of it the fact that you're freaked out b/c you're not the "golden child" anymore? Most of us have the experience of having been extremely successful back in our "little ponds" but find out we're just average in the "big pond" of law school, filled with lots of smart and aggressive fish. It's a humbling experience, and you're not alone - we're all going through it. I'm just saying that if this fear of inadequacy is the real reason for your desire to escape, and you're just looking for a more acceptable reason for bailing out (i.e. "my parents made me do it"), fight the temptation to do so. You can make it, and you'll feel proud of yourself for battling this fear once it's all over.anyway, g'luck.