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gr100 wrote:I've read that it's better to get ones that are tailored to your casebook but I've heard that Emanuel's and Gilberts are the best.
What about casenotes? Is it any good? Are they the same kind of thing as Gilbert's and Emanuel's?
I can't find a emanuel or gilberts version of civil procedure that is tailored to Fields but I have found one that is by casenotes.
no need for commercial outlines. consider e & e.
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