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I know that everyone recommends Chemerinsky for con law normally but another poster on TLS used the same casebook and said that Chemerinsky didn't help at all.
Did anyone else use this casebook and find any supplements helpful?
jjlaw wrote:Did anyone use the casebook by Brest? We're required to buy the 2011 supplement as well. Is it less or more helpful than Chemerinsky?
Had this book last year. It just has extra cases (there's a bunch of stuff on the health care law and the partial birth abortion case). It's not a "supplement" like Chemerinsky.
Also, if you have this book, don't buy Chemerinsky. I used it along with my reading (as recommended by an upperclassman) and it did not help at all.
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well dear i am not aware of this but thanks for sharing ur views
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Just get the biggest brest casebooks you can find.
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Just buy the Chemerinski supplement, read it, and get an A-. Then wash your hands of ConLaw.
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