Sometimes it depends on the book, the prof and what you're looking for...but, here are the ones I used:High Court Case Summaries
: (my favorite) I liked it b/c has little cartoons that help you remember the cases at a glance; fairly good case analysis, too (I used it for constitutional law and made an A)LegalLines
: pretty good- it basically integrates a course outline into the case briefs, which can really help (I used it for contracts, got a B)Casenote Legal Briefs
- personally, I found to be the least helpful, but the most convenient b/c you can get electronic access to the case briefs online (after you send in the UPC from the back of the book, they e-mail you a password to access them....but one time, I didn't get the e-mail until almost the end of the semester....)
If you're looking for just electronic case briefs, you may want to check out:ROMLAW
). The site looks terrible, but you can download a trial for free, and see what you think. I found it somewhat helpful (although the case briefs are sometimes way too long & include alot of the author's opinion)
I hope this helps..