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While I agree that the summer before law school should not be spend reading treatises, my exerience has been that many students show up woefully underprepared on the simple issues of how law school works. Thus, while they are trying to work their way through Contracts and Crim Pro, they are also trying to figure out briefing, the curve, socratic method, OCP, the legal profession, etc. They are also unaware of the demands that will be put on their time during first year, and have not cleared their schedules.

I would recommend that, at a minimum, students buy a copy of "Law School Confidential" and read it a few months before school starts.

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