Step One: Don’t Read Them
That’s right. Before you read the facts, you have to read the call of the question. The call of the question tells you 1) the area of law, and 2) the dispute at issue. Engaging in unfocused fact reading will waste your time and likely lead to more re-reads than if you had just read the call of the question first.
Read the call a few times, so that by the time you get to the facts, you’ll have a strong sense of which claims and conflicts are central to your reading. [Read more…] about How to Read The Facts on a Bar Exam Question in Four Simple(ish) Steps