Ok, Im a 1L. Just went to first day of class today. I did all my reading over the weekend and briefed the cases I was assigned. We really didnt do much in class today (Torts and Const Law).
Its probably too early to think this, but it doesnt seem that bad. Reading the cases through, things seem to jump out at me a little to easy.
My concern is: How deep into the issues, and cases in general, should I be thinking??
Im sure Ill come to find out in the next few weeks, but it feels like Im not doing something. Yeah the cases do get hard to follow, but it seems mostly because of restatements of previous ideas and theories already alluded upon by the judge, a lot of repetition. The main points of the case appear pretty obvious, issues and rules (most of the time).
Im sure cases get more complicated and harder to disect, after all it is the first day.
But can some of you clue me in on just how thorough and in-depth I should be going into the reading?