kimber1028 wrote:DanielCA wrote:Bankhead wrote:Is there any supplement keyed to the Singer text?
Gilbert's is and Emanuel's should be, though Gilbert's will likely be less useful for Singer's casebook as opposed to the one by Krier (and Dukeminier).
Also, there is this Property hornbook written by Singer, but I doubt it's very helpful. I got a similar hornbook for Torts that was by Epstein (like my Torts casebook) and it was basically a rehash of all the things in the casebook in a more coherent form. Not sure if there's a lot of value in that, personally.
http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Prop ... 522&sr=8-2
I have the Singer casebook as well, so I checked out Intro to Property. One review on Amazon says that the book doesn't offer anything above and beyond the Singer casebook, so it isn't very valuable. There aren't a lot of reviews, so I don't know how accurate it is, but it made me second-guess spending the $40. I just got Understanding Property instead.
I have the Singer casebook and found the E&E to be very helpful. I did well in the class.