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...I wanna buy my books now. I dont really plan on reading much outside of Getting to Maybe but I wouldn't mind skimming one or two of them. My question is: All professors assign different books like in undergrad right? How in the world would I know which casebook to buy before knowing my professor or section? Also, in regards to hornbooks and E&E's, are they all the same regardless of school? Do I need to buy the last edition? Basically, I have like $600 that will be wasted sooner or later unless I put it to good use, so I wanna buy all the books now, what do I buy and how do I know?
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You can get old editions of casebooks at amazon for less the $5. I bought a con law one for $1.27 (chemerinsky 2nd ed). I had never seen one before and I wanted to check out how they were laid out and to see exactly how "dense" the reading was.
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