If I remember correctly, anyone qualifies for the cap, but only someone in PI for 10 years gets the forgiveness.
Messages - jsb221
« on: October 18, 2008, 02:51:30 PM »
Sorry, but its gone. I don't check the boards often, which is why I asked anyone interested to PM me, that way I would get an email that someone was interested. Sorry.
« on: September 25, 2008, 02:34:49 PM »
I received this $10 gift card for AspenLaw Studydesk Software or eBook in the mail but don't need it. PM me if interested and I will scratch off the promotional code on the card and email it to you. It has no expiration date but can only be redeemed either for the Studydesk software or an eBook on AspenLaw.com.
My prof covered some of the older stuff, but the bulk of the class was related to more recent decisions, so the newest edition was the best option for me, but even then, some of the stuff was so new it wasn't in the books yet.
I kept them on my nightstand and used them as mini-reviews at night. Like the previous poster said, it is easy to remove what subjects your prof didn't cover. I also liked the mini-hypos. But agree, it by no means should be your only way of studying. Outline for yourself and study it. use the cards, if at all, to supplement or test yourself.
I have a Bankruptcy Code, Rules and Forms 2007 book for sale. Although it is a 2007, it has the same substance of the 2008 and is cheaper. It is in new condition with no marks. I am asking $17 for it. Media Mail or Priority Mail for shipping, your choice. PM me if interested and we can arrange payment thru Paypal.