just a girl wrote:For those who checked their schedules--is there a reason why Clark has a book listed for one torts section and not the other? Would I be wrong to assume it's the same book for both courses? Also, is it a bad idea to buy my books online instead of in Ann Arbor?
I can't imagine he'll use anything different for the other section. Not a bad idea at all to buy them online, if you want. I ordered mine on the web from Ulrich's here in AA, just because I was too lazy to go pick them up. Barristerbooks.com is ok, as are Amazon.com, Half.com, and anywhere else you can get them as cheap as possible. And just a tip for the future: If you wind up with a casebook that you can't unload, like we did last year for Civ. Pro. (since nobody in their right mind would ever chose that book, ever), you may still be able to get something for it through Barrister's buy back program. They seem to take almost any casebook currently in print and will give non-trivial dollars for it.