Start building the skills you’ll need to succeed from 1L year to graduation.
Learn how to analyze cases before school starts so you can do quality work later.
Efficiently prep for class so you have time to outline, review, and, most importantly, sleep.
Being efficient means more time to outline earlier and take practice exams, which translates to better grades.
Figure out basic case structure now so you know what to look for once classes start.
Identify the case elements that professors will expect you to know.
Cut down on your reading time when school starts by studying the most popular cases.