So I have read about 100 or so pages of PLS 2 and I can say that I have definately gotten some helpful hints from what I have read. Unfortunately, I feel as though I have only gotten about five pages worth of useful information out of the 100 pages I have actually read. The rest seems to be a rant about how unfair law school tests are and how horrible law school is and how everyone who doesn't follow his exact method is going to do horrible in law school and as an attorney unless the are a natural genius of the law. Frankly, his book is creating a very high level of anxiety in me and I don't really know if I should even read the rest! I think I will spend the rest of my summer freaking out instead of relaxing or doing something useful. I was just wondering if anyone could tell me the chapters or parts of the book that they found useful.
Thanks everyone for the input! I will be skipping to chapter 16. Are their any other chapters worth reading?
I know how you feel...I finished PLS 2 sometime in early May but was COMPLETELY overwhelmed by it. I got four of the primers (with a job that requires overtime, trying to read 4 of them is ambitious...but I don't take Civ Pro until second semester so I might cut back on that one and concentrate on Property, Contracts, and Torts for now) and I feel MUCH better about things. They're straightforward and have easily understandable explanations.Skip the rest of the book, photocopy Chapter 16 and its addendum and sell the book to some other unsuspecting schmuck on ebay.