Property, Crim, Statutory Interpr(???) & Con Law Supplements

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Property, Crim, Statutory Interpr(???) & Con Law Supplements

Postby kiwi4president » Wed Dec 26, 2012 3:41 am

Because I did fairly well last semester with the classic blow off reading the casebook and case briefing and instead read the shit out of supplements method of learning, I am looking for the best supplements for these classes. I hear Chemerinsky is really good for con law, but i'm not sure about the other classes. I am especially unsure about this statutory interpretation and regulation class as I really have no idea what it is even supposed to be about. Any help is greatly appreciated as I am trying to order these supplements as soon as possible. Oh and can I order the older editions of the books or should I really get the newer ones?

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Re: Property, Crim, Statutory Interpr(???) & Con Law Supplements

Postby Nova » Wed Dec 26, 2012 3:58 am

Dressler is supposed to be the best for Crim

Understanding Prop and Gilberts are supposed to be really good for prop.

Chemerinsky worked really well for me last semester in Con Law.

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Re: Property, Crim, Statutory Interpr(???) & Con Law Supplements

Postby eerie_erie » Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:02 am

Ditto on the Dressler. If your professors are up for it, ask them what supplements you should get. That's how I found out about Dressler anyways.

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Re: Property, Crim, Statutory Interpr(???) & Con Law Supplements

Postby jessuf » Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:42 pm

Nova wrote:Dressler is supposed to be the best for Crim

Understanding Prop and Gilberts are supposed to be really good for prop.

Chemerinsky worked really well for me last semester in Con Law.

These helped me get A's, as well as the short and happy property book (I think it was called that).

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Re: Property, Crim, Statutory Interpr(???) & Con Law Supplements

Postby akili » Tue Jan 01, 2013 3:57 pm

The Short & Happy Guide to Property really helped me as well.




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