kalvano wrote:thearchduke wrote:Property (Forrester)
She updated her book in the offseason, so this is an old edition. Also, her publisher apparently binds books with spit and prayer, so the covers are coming off of ALL of these books. Anyway, I'd bet very few of the cases change in the update (this edition is copyright 2010), and you could probably get away easily enough with the older edition. You can always buy the new one later if you change your mind.
I bet the new one has even more mistakes!
Do you ever stop stalking me? It's a tough call on the property book. On the one hand, she hired several good people to help her revise it over the summer. On the other hand, she's still involved. That probably tips it against improvement and toward greater crap.
So, I received a question via PM, here it is for everyone else:
Question: Where and how do I print things from my laptop in the law library?
To print in the library, you'll have to connect your laptop to the library's computer lab printer. That printer is located on the third floor, almost directly above the front desk. Ask anyone where the library computer lab is and they'll point you in the right direction.
To connect to the library printer network, you'll need to download and run the batch file from the library's website at:
It's only a couple of steps, and there's a lovely illustrated guide for your particular operating system on that page.
Then, the library printers will appear in your available printers on all the programs on your computer. You just select that printer, print, then walk to the computer lab printers. Your document will not print until you go to the printer and use the keypad there to enter your Student ID and password (case sensitive). Then, you can print all the documents you've sent to the printer since the last time you logged in on the keypad, or just the ones that you want.