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corporatelaw87
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Best Supp for Corporations, Ethics, and Con

Postby corporatelaw87 » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:26 pm

E&E's for all? Or do you recommend something different.

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Re: Best Supp for Corporations, Ethics, and Con

Postby Anonymous Loser » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:43 pm

C'mon man, seriously? Every possible question that could be raised regarding supplements has already been asked and answered within this forum; these sorts of general queries are unnecessary.

corporatelaw87
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Re: Best Supp for Corporations, Ethics, and Con

Postby corporatelaw87 » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:57 pm

Fair enough. Can I get by with the 3rd edition of Chemerinsky? The 4th edition just came out in May?

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Re: Best Supp for Corporations, Ethics, and Con

Postby ran12 » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:36 pm

Dude it's con law. There isn't gonna be much of a difference between the editions.

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Re: Best Supp for Corporations, Ethics, and Con

Postby missinglink » Sat Jul 23, 2011 3:53 am

ran12 wrote:Dude it's con law. There isn't gonna be much of a difference between the editions.

Disagree.

Every edition of a new Conlaw casebook usually contains a number of cases that substantially alters case law, or at least provides a new explanation of a concept. Most casebooks come with supplements every year to keep up with new material. Once they've gotten to a point where a new edition is necessary, I'd recommend you buy it.

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Re: Best Supp for Corporations, Ethics, and Con

Postby zeth006 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:25 pm

missinglink wrote:
ran12 wrote:Dude it's con law. There isn't gonna be much of a difference between the editions.

Disagree.

Every edition of a new Conlaw casebook usually contains a number of cases that substantially alters case law, or at least provides a new explanation of a concept. Most casebooks come with supplements every year to keep up with new material. Once they've gotten to a point where a new edition is necessary, I'd recommend you buy it.


True. I'm going to briefly look over the new cases add to the 4th edition, but until the USSC grows a pair and rules on universal healthcare, I'm going to assume it's not one of the seminal cases to worry about with respect to changes since the 3rd edition.




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