I have an intuition, and I should probably ask someone else if there's any truth to it: there seem to be two strands to what you learn and do in law school. There's one part that consists of actually learning facts about the law. The other part is practice in doing lawyer type stuff.
Here's the thing: I like some of these classes, and some of them I find excruciatingly boring. So here's the question: Can I get away with doing my lawyer stuff practice with the classes I like and reading Nutshells and such for the remaining classes?
Anyone who is reading this and has an opinion should feel free to e-mail a proposed answer to the address on this page.