Your professors love to ask you to do all the readings and read all the cases. This is certainly the wrong way to study law.
First, cases are very long and full of clumsy sentences badly written by judges who do not care about your understanding.
Second, you have many other things to do beside studying, so you won’t have enough time.
Third, many cases are confusing and conflicting. Reading them will do more harm than good to your understanding of legal concepts.
Instead, read them selectively and read case summaries.
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