Book options on campus: DU Bookstore in Driscoll (building in front of the law school) or the SBA bookstore
Off campus: amazon, half, etc
1st semester 1L year, I got all my books at the bookstore. After realizing I didn't need brand new books, I never went back (other than for a car decal & sweatshirt).
The book list is usually on the advanced assignment page (under registrar, course info). OR. . .you can go to the du bookstore website and check to see if the booklist is updated (you have to know your course # & prof name).
You're ganna buy your book now? WHY? Understandably (is that even a word?) you are excited but you still have plenty of time to purchase books before classes. You have 3 weeks or so til orientation? TAKE ADVANTAGE!! Go buy/borrow/steal some FUN/NON Law books and read away because you won't have time once classes start.
**This message brought to you by a 3L who spent 3 hours and $60 at B&N buying fun/non law books today.
Yeah, not the reason I was asking. I didn't want to get a jump start on the reading, I want to get the online so I can save money. I wanted to find the best deal and still get them in time to have them on the first day of class.
Don't worry, I am doing nothing right now. Well, I am moving to Denver on the first, so I am doing a lot of stuff to get ready to move my family there, but other than that I am have no scholastic pursuits at the moment.
By the way, I read on DU's website that the light rail pass is only good at certain stops in Denver. My wife and I are moving to Sante Fe/Mineral and I was wondering if I will be able to take the light rail for free from that far away?