Last year I took a semesters worth of books in to sell. Like 4 casebooks and two statutory supplements. I also wanted to buy a baseball cap with my schools name on it for $19.99. After they guy got done tossing the books there were not using the next year and deducting the money they were paying for my books I still owed $1.37 for my hat. Go ahead and sell them, but donít expect much back.This year I decided to keep a really fat casebook, hollow out the insides and stick it back on the self. That way when I go out of town I got a place to hide valuables or my gun or something where a burglar would never look. Unless heís also a law student. But donít use your crim law book, a criminal might decide to take that one. Admin would work good. Its so boring not even a burglar thatís also a law student would not take that.
That's what happens when you do the book buy back at your school's bookstore.Sell on your own at something like half.com or amazon, and you'll get far more money for most of your books (assuming a new edition doesn't come out between now and next semester)