I'll do the best I can, but don't think I have much chance of an A in Crim Law or Torts. I just lost a lost of steam by the end of both classes, and though I can somewhat make it up, I can't have it down as well as if I hadn't gotten so lost.
Working on outlines seemed sort of liberating at first because I didn't have to read what I was told when I was told. Now, of course, it's getting really boring. Let's see how many pages are currently in my Crim Law and Torts outlines...130 and 133 pages, respectively. The Torts outline will certainly need more stuff added. The Crim Law outline needs to be sort of molded into the form of Dressler's commercial outline. I sort of think of it as making a statue (it's really hard to type statue and not statute!) of Professor Dressler (or his outline or The Law itself), and the clay out of which I'm molding this statue is my notes and briefs.