I second kilroy's advice on relaxing. I went to into law school expecting to have to work my butt off 24/7 in order to make good grades. I soon found out that's not only NOT necessary, but also counter productive. Treat law school like a job. Put in 8 hours a day and call it quits. I had enough time to start a blog and write posts everyday and I'm in the top 10% of my class.I did some reading the summer before 1L started. I felt it help in some classes and in others not so much. For example, my torts teacher's lectures went along perfect with Example's and Explanations, while my Contracts teacher was all over the place. Plus she had her OWN interpretation of contract law that was in many cases completely different than the E&E. When using supplements, remember that they're just that- a supplement. If you want to succeed in law school, tell the teacher what they want to hear, not what commercial outline says.My final bit of advice is to do as many practice tests as you can starting in the middle of the semester. Law school exams aren't not only about what you know, but whether you can tell your professor what you know in a certain amount of time. This skill takes practice. So do as much of it as you can.