There is no "right answer" when it comes to law school advice. Before I went to law school, I devoured every book and read every website dedicated to law school strategies. But I found out the hard way that, at least for me, the conventional wisdom was all wrong. The site and my e-book describe the strategies that I used, and I've seen other successful law students use, to get excellent grades in law school. My authority, therefore, is my own experience going from mediocre law student in my first semester to successful law student in a relatively short amount of time at one of the best law schools in the country. Further, this enabled me to land a prestigious job at one of the nation's top law firms where I currently practice.
I don't have any double-blind studies to cite to, just my own opinion. And that may be helpful for some, and completely useless to others. I hope it's more often helpful than not.
Again, there are no right or wrong answers when it comes to succeeding in law school. But I would love to discuss any part of my website that you disagree with. I think a conversation about any strategy or advice will only educate people further and present them with different options.