I would recommend, again, the PMBR CDs or MP3s. They go over universal black letter law that applies at every school in every jurisdiction in every class, without going into the nuances of cases or holdings. So you wonít get confused or be learning something you professor is not teaching. It got over basic stuff and offer is, acceptance is, anticipatory repudiation is poo like that. It also be OK if you listen to them out of order of your class because they wonít teach you anything you probably wonít at least touch on at some point in the semester, and if you know the basic rule you might be able to spot in the density that are some of weird old cases you will read. Donít use it to STUDY, just use it to make things clearer for you will your driving to from school. Seriously I wish I had know abut them when I was a 1L.