Some individuals claim that the E&E for Civil Procedure is key to getting a top grade in the class.Some individuals actually go as far to state that they only read the E&E for Civil Procedure and did not even open the textbook.
Constitutional and administrative law with updating supplement
Walk into class prepared with a comprehensive outline of the law, a concise capsule summary perfect for a quick review before class, charts of every kind, a text correlation chart so that you can match your specific reading assignment to the relevant pages in the Gilbert outline, and an index and table of cases.
With that said, the Torts E&E was far more helpful than any other E&E.
I would not recommend an E&E for every class, and think you should look at the book in the library before you purchase it to see if it would be a decent supplement for your class.
My text book for Constitutional Law is a piece of crap, and I would not learn anything if it were not for Chemerinsky.
I have a different teacher for my second semester of Con Law, and he teaches verbatim from this book.