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hmiller721

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #140 on: August 04, 2008, 11:02:49 AM »
82287 - civ pro - MW 9 - 10:15

so here's my schedule:

82316 - contracts - TR - 10:30 -11:45

83606 - legal bib - F - 10 - 10:50

82295 - property - MW - 1:15 - 2:30

82298 - torts - TR- 1:15 - 2:30

82301 - rwa - T - 9 - 10:15


**** anybody in the same section as me??? I would love to meet you guys before orientation... (it would make orientation much better!  i don't know anyone!)

I think we have fairly the same classes. a few have different crns but at the same time so I'm not sure:

civil proc. 82286 9-10:15 MW
Contracts 82317 10:30-11:45 TR
Legal Bib 82292 9-9:50 F
Property 82295 1:15-2:30 MW
Torts 82298 1:15-2:30 TR
RWA 82300 9-10:15 T

Also, if you have Dean Sobelson, heads up he doesn't allow laptops in his class, so grap some pen and paper!

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #141 on: August 04, 2008, 02:27:30 PM »
Looks like my out-of-state tuition waiver was accepted.  Getting excited now.   ;D

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #142 on: August 04, 2008, 03:40:41 PM »
I went downtown today, got my Panterhcard, marta pass, and all my books (well, I got a few online this morning, but bought the *rest* of them).  For those who need the Neumann book, there are several used at the GSu bookstore, but none at the Georgia Bookstore downt he street. 

I only found cheaper prices on Amazon or half.com for 2 of my books.  The Georgia Bookstore does have a better price than the GSU bookstore ont he Bluebook, plus the GSU store has none in stock.  In total, I'm still under $250 and only have one book left to get (the one form Printshop)

Also, if you have to get the book from Printshop, you have to go online and order a copy.

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #143 on: August 04, 2008, 07:41:01 PM »
Speaking of book prices.  If you want to buy the hard cover, big ass black law dictionary, they are MUCH cheaper on Amazon.  Almost, if not quite, 20 dollars.



I went downtown today, got my Panterhcard, marta pass, and all my books (well, I got a few online this morning, but bought the *rest* of them).  For those who need the Neumann book, there are several used at the GSu bookstore, but none at the Georgia Bookstore downt he street. 

I only found cheaper prices on Amazon or half.com for 2 of my books.  The Georgia Bookstore does have a better price than the GSU bookstore ont he Bluebook, plus the GSU store has none in stock.  In total, I'm still under $250 and only have one book left to get (the one form Printshop)

Also, if you have to get the book from Printshop, you have to go online and order a copy.

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #144 on: August 04, 2008, 11:11:09 PM »
I got the pocket dictionary from amazon for like $15, too.  Yo, are you buying used books?  If not, then please tell me your secret to such low prices! I bought my tort book for $76 on half.com but all others new are about the same as the bookstore.  Are you guys using the "credit" at the bookstore or out-of-pocket?  I have no funds for books and my Financial Aid hasn't been dispersed, so I don't know if I can use the "credit" yet anyway!!!

Anybody?!?!?

My schedule is:

MW: Civ Pro 9-10:15  Washington
    Property 1:15-2:30  Wiseman
TR: Contracts 10:30-11:45  Taylor
    Torts 1:15-2:30  Scott

RWA on Wed at 2:45 with Chiavaro and Legal Bib on Fri at 11:00 with Brannon.

Anybody?!?!

Finally, I think casual is good for orientation, but like was said earlier, NOT TOO casual, 'cause we have lunch with faculty, etc.

Can't believe it's only a week away!!!  The nerves are gone, now I'm just really excited.  Especially about seeing all of the cool rolling bags and lunch boxes!   ;)

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #145 on: August 05, 2008, 12:24:42 PM »
hmiller - so we'll have property and torts together!  (I'm assuming your a Mr. or Ms. Miller...so I'll be on the lookout.) 

philosophia - we've got contacts, torts, and civ pro

(Just look for the blonde girl with a lot of dorky, heavy bags...that's me guys!)
The application process is finally over.  The countdown has begun...

hmiller721

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« Reply #146 on: August 05, 2008, 02:18:49 PM »
Guys,
I use textbookcompare.com. You can put in the book info and it will search hundreds of sites and show you the cheapestbooks. I save a lot of $$$ buying books this way. Try it! Also, an easy way to compile isbn's, whih makes searching for books way easy is to go to lawbooksforless.com. They compile book lists from law schools all over. You can select your teacher and pull the enitre book list with ISBN's. then take those isbn's to the compare site, plug them in and wallah!

Also, ahs anyone read Bradshaw v. Unity Marine Corp., Inc? Was that not the funniest, craziest, decision ever?

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #147 on: August 05, 2008, 04:56:34 PM »
Do some of you still have outstanding gradplus applications?  i do  :-(

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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #148 on: August 05, 2008, 05:52:49 PM »
yuch.....am i the only one who hasn't done all of the required reading for orientation yet???

I don't mind the cases, because they'll actually be interesting, I'm sure.  But the law school prep book looks like mindless drivel......
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Re: Class of 2011
« Reply #149 on: August 05, 2008, 05:54:45 PM »
CIVIL PROCEDURE I - LAW 5000 - 005
CRN:   82287
Assigned Instructor:    Tanya M. Washington
9:00 am - 10:15 am   MW

CONTRACTS I - LAW 5010 - 005
CRN:   82316
Assigned Instructor:    Barbara E. Taylor
10:30 am - 11:45 am   TR

LEGAL BIBLIOGRAPHY - LAW 5030 - 010
CRN:   83606
10:00 am - 10:50 am   F   

PROPERTY I - LAW 5050 - 010
CRN:   82295
Assigned Instructor:    Basil H. Mattingly
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm   MW

TORTS I - LAW 5060 - 010
CRN:   82298
Assigned Instructor:    Charity Scott
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm   TR   

RESEARCH, WRIT & ADVOC I - LAW 5070 - 015
CRN:   82300
Assigned Instructor:    Jennifer G. Chiovaro
9:00 am - 10:15 am   T   



Well...there it is ... my sched for Fall Semester