gatorfan787 wrote: funkblaster wrote: gatorfan787 wrote:
I put a chart together to figure out which books are used by each section (Yes, I have too much free time on my hands, since I'm not working this summer.), and there are 5 items (required and recommended) that are used by everyone. I just ordered them, and it totals $465. That includes shipping, and I chose all new books. I'm not sure how that compares to bookstore prices, but it's really sobering. There are many more books, and I'm afraid they're all more expensive.
Dude, I'd love to get my hands on that chart or figure out what the common books are if you're feeling generous. I was actually going to go through the booklist myself tomorrow and try to figure it out...
Could you e-mail it to me? email@example.com
By the way a couple people have messaged me on Facebook and are in for Friday so the counts goin up... I'm looking forward to meeting y'all and the brews.
Freer, Richard & Perdue, Wendy. Civil Procedure: Cases, Materials and Questions. LexisNexis (5th ed,2005); ISBN: 9781422407103 [REQUIRED].
Freer, Richard. Introduction to Civil Procedure. Aspen (2nd ed., 2009); ISBN: 9780735578302
Garner, Bryan. The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style. Thomson West (2nd ed., 2006); ISBN:
9780314168917 [RECOMMENDED FOR ALL SECTIONS]
Garner’s Black Law Dictionary. (9th ed., 2009). ISBN: 9780314199492 [RECOMMENDED FOR ALL
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. The Harvard Law Review Association (18th ed., 2005)
ISBN: 9789998255289[REQUIRED FOR ALL]
I couldn't get your email to work, and I thought some other people might get some use out of it.