Which is the better supplement?

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ryegye87
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Which is the better supplement?

Postby ryegye87 » Sun Dec 11, 2011 10:16 pm

I was wondering what the best course of action for picking out a supplement in my course next semester would be: 1. A little known supplement written by the author of the casebook which has a couple good reviews on amazon, but only a few; or 2. A more respected supplement which everyone seems to recommend and says is the best supplement someone can get in all of law school. Thoughts?

*Note, my professor has not written a supplement on the subject.

HWS08
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Re: Which is the better supplement?

Postby HWS08 » Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:01 pm

Why not get both?

If this is any help, I bought the supplement by the author of my casebook and not the E&E for Property. I think the casebook author's supplement is helpful, but that could also be because I am pretty sure my professor is a big fan of the author and tends to think the same way. I thought about getting the E&E too, but after looking at it in the library it seemed like only about 70% of it (or less) would be relevant.

Also, if you put the name of both supplements in your post that might help people give advice.

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wiseowl
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Re: Which is the better supplement?

Postby wiseowl » Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:11 pm

Just get Chemerinsky bro

ryegye87
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Re: Which is the better supplement?

Postby ryegye87 » Mon Dec 12, 2011 7:29 pm

^ If the class was Con law, I would.




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