emkay625 wrote:I am interested in the E&Es you have and the flashcards if they're still available.
Also - what supplements are people getting? Is there anything aside from the textbooks listed that I should definitely get right now?
Contracts: Robin Effron
Torts: David Anderson
Crim: Steven Goode
Legal W&R: Stacy Sharp
For crim, get understanding crim, since it deals with MPC and traditional crim law. Im not sure what Goode emphasizes, but Understanding Crim should accommodate most teaching styles.
For Torts, get forms and functions of tort law. However, Anderson's casebook is phenomenal. The notes sections really break down the law so well that supplements are almost unnecessary. I liked forms and functions because it added in a little philosophical/policy background to some of the ideas behind tort law. Probably unnecessary, but nice to learn if you feel super comfortable with the basic stuff.