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ok here is the list

For Sale - take them all for $200 - pick up in Nutley

Student Edition - Restatements Torts and Contracts (10 volume)

Civil Procedure - Examples and Explanations

Casenote Legal Briefs:
Administrative Law
Property (keyed to Dukeminier)
Civil Procedure

Crunch Time:
Civil procedure

Legal Lines (these are great briefs, most case books use the same cases):
Con Law keyed to Cohen
Torts keyed to Keeton
Property (keyed to Dukeminier)

Emanuel law Outlines
Contracts
Torts
Real Estate
Con Law

Gilbert:
Civil Procedure

PMBR Law Schools Final Series - Civil Procedure

Siegel's Property Multiple Choice

Hornbooks:

Civil Procedure (james, Hazard, Leubsdorf)

Understanding Criminal Law (Dressler)

Casebook: International Law (Carter, trimble, Bradley)
Misc:

2005 FRCP

Barbri - First year Essay Advantage

Learning legal Reasoning (Delanwy)

Barbri Upper Level Review (Gilbert outlines for Con law, Corps, Civ pro, Evidence, Trusts and Wills, crim pro)

International Law, Selected Documents

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Book Sales and Trades / FS: Ton of Hornooks, etc. Northern NJ - pick up only
« on: September 30, 2009, 10:28:27 AM »
Hi,

I graduated law school in May and am getting around to getting some room back.  I have a whole stack of books (hornbooks, outlines, summaries, case books etc), torts student version of restatement of Torts, that I am looking to to unload.  I have literally spent well over a $1000.00 on these books.  I am looking to sell the whole lot for $200 to someone in NY/NJ area (I am in northern NJ.)    I know I could get more to sell individually on half.com etc, but I dont have the time to deal with it.  These books worked for me (I finished with a 3.7 GPA)

I will try to get around to compiling a list of the books, I have books in almost every subject.

Thanks,

Greg
 

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Hi,

I graduated law school in May and am getting around to getting some room back.  I have a whole stack of books (hornbooks, outlines, summaries, case books etc), torts student version of restatement of Torts, that I am looking to to unload.  I have literally spent well over a $1000.00 on these books.  I am looking to sell the whole lot for $200 to someone in NY/NJ area (I am in northern NJ.)    I know I could get more to sell individually on half.com etc, but I dont have the time to deal with it.  These books worked for me (I finished with a 3.7 GPA)

I will try to get around to compiling a list of the books, I have books in almost every subject.

Thanks,

Greg
 

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Book Sales and Trades / Property CDs, books, Flash Cards, etc
« on: December 11, 2006, 03:38:11 PM »
Hi All,

I have Law School Legends and Sum and Substance CD sets for Property.

I will sell them both for $80.00

Also have property flash card set.
Also have the following books:

E and E Property
Land Estates and Future Interests workbook (great for future interests and Rule Against peretutites)
Exam Pro Property
Seigels Property Mult choice
PMMR Law School Finals Series

I'd rather sell them in a bundle.  PM if interested.

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Hi All, I am a soon to be 2L Evening student at Rutgers. My wife and I need to sell our condo in Weehawken, NJ. Its minutes from NYC and only 20-25 mins by car from Rutgers Newark and Seton Hall. Its very close to Hoboken.

Here is the link. 

http://www.castlepointrealty.com/listings_display.php?clmnum=NJ7424804

Thanks,

Greg

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General Board / Re: books before starting law school
« on: December 30, 2005, 08:58:23 AM »
buffalo creek and a civil action are recommended readings for my civ pro class.  those wouldnt be a bad place to start either.

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General Board / Re: books before starting law school
« on: December 28, 2005, 10:03:08 AM »
I second checking out E & E series (not trying to be a salesman but i have a couple for sale on half.com) seller name musicmanicny

I also took Torts and Contracts this semester.  You do need to be in the classes to get the feel for how everything fits in, but the E & E series is pretty good.  I also think ABCs of teh UCC from the ABA is a very easy, quick read and helps undertstand the UCC.

You can also check out CALI.  www.cali.org and order their CD.  I believe you must be a current student to access the stuff for free.

Bottom line is you won't have time to do the extra stuff once school starts.  E & E series is written in easy to read language. 

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General Board / Re: Quick Exams Question from a soon-to-be 1L
« on: December 27, 2005, 09:32:05 PM »
blue book or pc at rutgers.  90% of students use laptops.  HAndwriting for 4 hours straight is no fun!

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Book Sales and Trades / Contracts and Torts books, flash cards, materials
« on: December 27, 2005, 09:29:28 PM »
Hi all, I have a bunch of torts and contracts books.  Take a look here

http://shops.half.ebay.com/musicmanicny_W0QQmZbooks

also have Contract Flash Cards.

will consider bundling a bunch of things. 

I think I have posted fair prices for these items, I am not out to make $$ just to clean off my dining room table!

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Hi All,  I have 2 PMBR Law School Final Series books for sale.

These are great reviews, include outlines and over 100 multiple choice questions

Will sell both for $40 plus shipping.  They are $30+ each and only available from PMBR.


Thanks,

Greg

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