"In a nutshell" Atticus reccommends working through the Aspen E&E Primers, plus two books on the UCC articles 1&2, and a couple of other books, and to do LEEWS. The main thrust of the book is that you need to educate yourself about the law BEFORE you get to law school, because your professors are not going to, and what they are going to do is load you down with so much busy work (which has nothing to do with the final exam or your grades) that you will not have time to learn the law once you get there (but will be expected to know it if you want to do well on the exam). Much of the book is about how the law school system is fundamentally flawed, and no one with the power to change it has any motivation to do so. His theories seem well founded, but you may or may not feel your time is well spent reading through the hundreds of pages he devotes to making his point.
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