Quote from: drewpie on March 27, 2006, 12:56:39 PM$1000 per semester!!! that's like twice the retail price of a book-heavy UG semester. do you mean year? There has to be huge savings from ebay/textbookx sales.No. I mean per semester. Law books are big, heavy, and expensive. I was at Tulane this fall (yeah, that worked out... stupid weather) and spent I believe a little over $1,000. Emory allots $2,238 in their 2005-06 cost of attendance budget--that works out to be $1,119 per semester (that's just an estimate, of course).http://www.emory.edu/FINANCIAL_AID/graduate_professional/law/cost-of-attendance.phpCan you get the correct casebooks on eBay and save yourself some money? I guess you could, although it will be tough because you'll likely get your schedule (which will tell you which specific books you need) in orientation a few days before classes start, and you'll have cases to brief for your first class meetings (yes, unlike in undergrad, the homework starts before the first day of class).
$1000 per semester!!! that's like twice the retail price of a book-heavy UG semester. do you mean year? There has to be huge savings from ebay/textbookx sales.
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