To do extremely well on your finals, you might want to consider the inside — not just the outside.
The outside: cases, case notes, class notes.
The inside: your state of mind; your ability to focus, to persevere, to guide your thoughts, to remain calm and collected in the face of a challenging question.
Could you invest just 5 minutes today to meditate? (such a practice, I argue, is better than 5 hours of studying).
Cramming and stressing out will severely inhibit your ability to THINK when faced with a challenging, open-ended question on the final.
Antidote: meditating and laughing.
Birds regurgitate; lawyers think. To think, clear your mind. To clear you mind, meditate; follow your breath, observe your thoughts (let them fly by like clouds).
You will do great and you already know too much,
P.S. – try this 2 minute guided meditation with Rumi poetry for beginners (I love this entire YouTube series — “The Meditator” by Deepak Chopra). If you go to snipmp3.com you can get the mp3 file and put it on your iPod!