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update:  Delaney books are gone

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Ok, here's the update:

I have found my LEEWS cassettes, but am currently missing the primer.  If someone wants to make me an offer, if I find the primer I'll throw it in.

Examples & Explanations:

   Criminal Law 3rd edition - $29 including shipping, almost perfect condition, zero writing or highlighting, few smudges on outer page edges, but inside perfect

   Contracts 3rd edition - gently used, notes on a couple pages I think, but I can't even find them now...$27 including shipping

   The Law of Torts 2nd edition - $21 including shipping, zero writing in side, like new.  Super helpful book :)

     Property (1st edition) - $23 including shipping... some wear to cover, but perfect inside.

OTHER stuff:

How to Do Your Best on Law School Exams - John Delaney.  Very good shape, cover slightly bent.  No writing inside.  $22 including shipping.

Learning Legal Reasoning - John Delaney.  Perfect condition.  $20 including shipping.

The ABCs of the UCC, Article 1, Article 2, and Related and Supplementary Consumer Law (3 books)  Paid $90 - one of these is still in the shrink wrap, but I definitely used the other 2...one has some minor highlightin.  Selling for $50.

Still trying to find my copy of Planet Lawschool II

Law School Confidential - very good condition, slight damage to cover, not revised edition.  $10 including shipping.

Okay, let me know if you are interested (sandyribeyre@gmail.com) and I can get them right out to you.  I'm definitely willing to negotiate if you want to buy more than one.

I'll check back if I find anymore!

sandy.

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: Mac laptops OK?
« on: July 26, 2005, 04:00:48 PM »
several of my classmates use macs, but were not able to use them with the exam software.

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General Board / Re: Ladies- where are you suit shopping?
« on: July 26, 2005, 03:57:05 PM »
I got my best interview suit from jcrew.com - it was about $300, but it's a really nice wool suit.  I like the style of the tahari suits, but they are not the best quality.

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I have a LEEWS cassette course in very good condition, Plant Law School II, and several E&E (I will repost this evening, but I believe I have Crim. Contracts and Torts), also in very good condition.

Please contact me at sandyribeyre@gmail.com if interested, or check back later for more details.

sandy.

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: Contracts Supplement
« on: February 17, 2005, 04:34:10 PM »
I found it to be pretty helpful - but it really depends what your prof's focus is.  It's not really any help for my second semester, as we are focussing mainly on the U.C.C.


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Studying and Exam Taking / Good Supplement for Civ Pro?
« on: February 17, 2005, 04:27:42 PM »
Civ. Pro. is even worse this semester than it was last semester, which I didn't think was possible.

Anyway, I would greatly appreciate a recommendation for a good supplement other than Examples & Explanations which I already have.

I just have hard time getting my head around all of these rules!

Thanks!

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U of Kentucky / Starting at UK this fall?
« on: May 25, 2004, 01:49:14 PM »
Anyone else starting at UK this fall?  Where are you coming from?

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From what I understand, at most schools the assignments are posted the Friday before classes start (ie 3 days before the first day).

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