Which Freer Book?

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corporatelaw87

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Which Freer Book?

Postby corporatelaw87 » Thu Mar 11, 2010 8:55 pm

Civil Procedure, 2nd edition or Introduction to Civil Procedure (Intro to Law Series)?

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Re: Which Freer Book?

Postby dreman510 » Thu Mar 11, 2010 8:56 pm

Glannon E&E-nuff said...

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Re: Which Freer Book?

Postby steve_nash » Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:06 pm

While I believe the Glannon E&E is probably your best bet, I believe what you want with the Freer is the Intro to Law Series one.

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Re: Which Freer Book?

Postby gregw8705 » Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:00 am

If you're looking at paperbacks, you want the one with the black cover and, IIRC, red and gold type on it.

It's part of a series that covers a lot of first-year topics, so you should see more that look just like it.

I found Freer very helpful, and I was also using the Glannon E&E. Freer goes into a lot more depth than the E&E. If you feel like you're way behind in Civ Pro, go with the E&E. If you've got a firm grasp on the topic, do the E&E questions, but use Freer for his deeper analysis of the subject. For some issues, like (IIRC) Subject Matter Jurisdiction, I found the E&E cursory and vague and relied heavily on Freer to fill in the gaps.

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