e&e's for civ pro and torts.
everyone uses e&e for civ pro and it is VERY GOOD
e&e for torts isn't that good as far as i was concerned, it definitely didn't cover everything covered in class, i used mastering torts, it went along with my casebook, so it was excellent, i am not sure how helpful it would be if you had a different casebook
i really liked the farnsworth hornbook for my farnsworth contracts casebook, it is long, and some other people i know didn't really like it, but i found it very helpful, emmanuels is good, however, your professors may not agree with everything said in it
i bought gilberts for property but never really looked at it, had an excellent outline for my professor from a 3L
I asked the same thing this summer before i started and a lot of people told me to wait and see what i thought was helpful, the only thing i can definitely tell ou to get is E&E for civ pro