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I kept all the leather-bound casebooks, but I resold all my supplements and rule books (UCC, FRCP). I'm sure I'll never read the casebooks again, but I thought they would make a nice start to my law library. I bought a book by Scalia over Christmas break; it was $30, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that the binding under the cover is terrific with some embossing. It really pained me to keep my casebooks because I didn't make a single mark in them. I could have sold them for a couple hundred bucks, but I'm a sentimental chap.
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I'm keeping my casebooks as well (except for Crim, which I will never use again). I wouldn't be able to sell them for very much, though, since I used the multi-colored highlighter method and they're all tabbed to high heaven. I sold all of my outlines and E&Es on Amazon. I'll get new outlines from BARBRI after 3L anyways.
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