eandy wrote:Yes. I looked at the 2005 one and noticed the headings in there were exactly the same as the ones in my professor's syllabus. Not surprising since they taught together for a while.
I spent around 60 dollars to get the 2009 one, but it was well worth it when some of the newer stuff came up. Plus, I won't have to feel bad about selling this one to a 1L next year. I got the E & E as well. It was worth its weight in gold for supplemental jurisdiction. That section alone was worth what I paid for it.
Yeah, I bought both - but if I had to pick one I think his discussion on personal jurisdiction is amazing, and I understand the material so much better after reading it. My professor gave us a really tough/confusing hypo on PJ and the way I went about it apparently "exhibited a deep understanding off the material". Thank you Richard Freer, I owe you a high five.