Here are links to exam and course outline files. Some even include model answers. Of course, you alone are responsible for knowing a subject area, as well as the most effective structure and style techniques.
Law school is largely a "self-taught" endeavor. There's just too much doctrinal law and skills training for professors to teach during the semester. Lawrite does a great job connecting doctrinal law to practical lawyering skills, but the Internet also is brimming with thoughtful advice. Here are some links you might find useful.
News reporting, commentary, and blogging about the legal profession.
Current events relating to law schools and the legal profession.
A creative blog exploring fresh, innovating ways of providing legal services.
Thoughtful and fun professional legal blog.
Clever and witty legal writing skills blog.
Basic legal writing skills blog.
Access to law school course outlines, exams, and study aids.
A unique take on law school, legal writing, exams, and grades from the perspective of professors. You know what they say about keeping your enemies close...