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I have a lot of study aids and supplements for 2Ls or 3Ls. I prefer to sell these as a lot for $100 including shipping & insurance. Payment can be arranged through PayPal. PM me if interested.

* Examples and Explanations (E&E): Securities Regulations (third edition- copyright 2005). Book has some highlighting and writing, mostly in the first half of the book. ISBN: 0-7355-5100-6
* Principles of International business, transactions, Trade and Economic Relations (Concise hornbook series by Thomson West). Book has minimal highlighting and writing. ISBN: 0-314-15415-9 (copyright 2005)
* Examples and Explanations: Intellectual Property (2003 edition). No marks or highlighting. ISBN: 0-7355-2719-9
Gilbert Law Summaries: Antitrust. NEW! ISBN: 0-314-15634-8
* Legalines: Corporations keyed to Hamilton casebook (8th edition). Writing and highlighting on <25 pages. ISBN: 0-314-15545-7
* Regulation of Lawyers (professional responsibility casebook) by Gillers (7th ed.) Highlighting and writing on less than 10 pages. ISBN: 0-7355-5256-8
* Statutory Supplement to Cases and Materials on Corporations including partnerships and limited liability companies (9th ed., American Casebook Series). Highlighting and writing on <10 pages. ISBN: 0-314-16387-5
* Selected Intellectual Property (IP) and Unfair Competition Statutes, Regulations & Treaties (2004 edition). No marks or highlighting. ISBN: 0-314-15345-4
* The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States. Hardback reference book. ISBN: 0-19-505835-6
* Overview of International CISG Sales Law. Some underlining in pen on <20 pages. ISBN: 1-4196-4448-3
* Casenote Legal Briefs: Criminal Procedure keyed to Dressler and Thomas's Criminal Procedure Principles, Policies and Perspectives (however this book really can be used with any crim pro casebook -- I used it with Kamisar's law book). This book is also in new condition with no markings, writing or highlighting.
* Crunchtime: Criminal Procedure by Emanuel - ISBN: 0735540896. New with no marks or highlighting

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In those particular classes, it shouldn't be a problem. The black letter law has changed little, if at all, in that amount of time. However, in Con Law, you definitely will want the most up-to-date edition.

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Con law is definitely a class you'll want to cough up the money for and get the latest editions. As for torts, contracts, property it's not so much an issue. For Civ Pro, there are some changes (such as the FRCPs were amended in 2007) but otherwise I used older versions and was fine plus I saved some dough.

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OneNote is nice because you don't have to be hassled by the automatic formatting. Plus it is nice to be able to arrange things in one "notebook" with different sections, and it is really easy to search multiple notebooks if you are looking for something in a hurry. I got it about a week before I started my 1L year and that was plenty of time for me to figure out how to use it and get accustomed to it. I'm still discovering great things about it.

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Book Sales and Trades / WANTED casebooks for classes
« on: July 26, 2008, 11:14:28 AM »
I'm looking to buy my casebooks for next semester and rather than pay a bundle at the bookstore, I thought I would try here (as well as on Amazon, eBay, etc).
Here's what I need:
Law of Debtors & Creditors: Text, Cases & Problems by Warren. Fifth edition, 2005. ISBN:  0735557888
Bankruptcy Rules, COdes and Forms 2008 -- ISBN: 0314972617
Commercial and Debtor-Creditor Law Selected Statutes 2008 by Baird ISBN: 1599415267
Problems in Professional Responsibility for a Changing Profession by Kaufman (4th ed. 2002) ISBN: 0890896054
Finding the Law by Edinger and Berring (12th ed., 2005) ISBN: 0314145796
Evidence by Fisher (2nd ed., 2008) (ISBN: 9781599410319).
Federal Rules of Evidence 2008-09 by Fisher (8th edition). I know this is just out but in case someone already purchased it and dropped the class) ISBN: 9781599414348
Employment DIscrimination: Cases and Materials on Equality in the Workplace (7th ed. 2004) ISBN: 0314147098
Statutory supplement to Employment DIscrimination Law by Belton (6th ed.) ISBN: 031423845X
Message me with a price if you have any of these. Thanks.

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General Board / Re: E&Es, hornbooks, etc.
« on: July 26, 2008, 11:01:08 AM »
I had some profs that shunned them and some that endoresed them. My civ pro prof recommended Glannon's E&E, property prof recommended Sprankling's Understanding Property. I found the Law in a Flash cards helpful for reviewing right before I went to bed more for the hypos than for the black letter law. I fell in love with CrunchTime. Otherwise, my preference really varied by class.

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General Board / Re: moot court + law review?
« on: July 25, 2008, 07:43:18 AM »
I'm in the same situation. I know the importance of law review but I also hear how important moot court can be for someone interested in working at the AG's office or DA's office. Is it at all possible to manage both?

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I had 9 o'clock classes three days a week and had an hour commute, but I am a morning person so it didn't bother me. But as a commuter, one thing that might be bothersome is the fact that classes are spread out and you're sitting around in between. Don't get me wrong, it is nice because you have time between class to eat, chat with friends, which isn't always easy if you don't live on or near campus, and even read, study or review for your next class.
Unfortunately, it isn't a 9-5 schedule with an hour lunch built in. I agree with Lauren, you're best bet is to try to find someone how goes to that school or find the school's schedule on its Website. There might be different sections listed, but you can at least get a general idea.

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General Board / Re: ABA work policy
« on: July 23, 2008, 07:53:35 AM »
I worked 20 hr./wk as a 1L and it definitely is manageable but it depends on the person. I agree with what the previous poster said. My ER was great as far as understanding my priorities and giving me time off for finals. I admit I missed some social events I would have liked to attend, but I didn't live in the law library. I had sufficient time between work and class to get out and live.

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This was a great thread. Assuming I get law review, I'm dropping Secured Transactions or finding something else to take in its place

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