How to prepare for uni (law student) + study tips

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Any advice for a first year law student?
Books, how to study/revise, organising notes etc
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Where are you going to uni?

I would say chill; you don't need to be doing summer reading or plan out your note taking. You won't know what will work for you notes-wise till you have experimented with all the different methods. I still change it up, 4 years in.

But Learning the Law by Glanville Williams is alright, if you wanna have a pre-uni dabble. Might want to read Rule of Law -- like everyone else does -- by big lad Bingham. Landmarks in the Law by big lad Denning -- interesting overlook of some human rights cases, mainly from a historical and entertaining perspective. Would suggest you find an area of law you like and do some digging by reading statutes and case law -- might be murder, or reinsurance.
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