Reading cases and preparing for your law school classes is a critical component of law school success. Sure, some people claim to skip all the case reading and still get As, but that’s pretty unlikely. (Those people may be secret gunners, hiding out undetected in the back recesses of the library as they slog through the reading.)
Generally speaking, you need to read (and arguably brief) the cases, and to be able to use what you read to do legal analysis. Not sure what to expect in a law school class? Read on. We’ve also got some tips for staying organized and focused, so you can get your work done, and still have time for a little R&R.
What to Expect in a Law School Class
Reading and Briefing Cases
Tips for Using What You've Read
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