Ive been reading law school confidential. Im half way through it and I have enjoyed it.
I am about halfway through as well...I really like how there are very explicit suggestions for study methods in it (i.e. they use the technicolor method for case briefing). Do the other books go into specifics like that as well? It would be useful to compare the different techniques authors suggest for outlining and case briefing.
tag, great thread.Does anyone know of a book that gives a good briefing on the SCOTUS including history, important justices in the past, and a brief overview of current justices? I'm guessing I'm hoping for too much all in one book, but if someone has any suggestions that'd be great. thanks
It's been brought to my attention that boss is my favorite poster
haha I'm not sure if you're mocking me, but either way I think I'll get the book