P.S.--You'll have "Coursepacks" for some of your classes (for §3, pretty much all of them) to go along with your textbooks (or, on occasion, in place of textbooks). You'll receive instructions on how to download them. If you only use the downloaded version, it's free... but if you want a printed version, you can order them online or through the bookstore and have 'em shipped to you. I highly recommend ordering a print copy. As much as I love saving trees, it's just really inconvenient, and printing on your own will burn up many a print cartridge. It's cheaper to order the printed version--plus it comes bound, which is easier than having nine million single-sided pages to holepunch and stuff in a giant binder.
And the same goes for cases. When you're doing research for LRW, many of you--like me--might want to avoid printing the cases (especially those of you who live off-campus and like to study/work at home rather than in a library). There's a reason Lexis and Westlaw printers are free: 'cause you really need the cases in print so you can mark 'em up and organize them in a way that makes both your research and your writing easier. You can even print to the free Lexis and Westlas printers from home (wherever home is), then simply drop by the library to pick up your printouts. If you do so, make sure to make a note of which cases you print, 'cause sometimes a case or two may get mixed in with someone else's printing, and due to the insanely tangential nature of legal research (you link from one case to a second case then to a third case from there, etc.), it's easy to find a hidden gem once, almost on accident, that you could have a very tough time finding again without the case name/citation.
Just my 2¢