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Where To Grab used BarBri Books

Post by rhs67858 » Mon Jul 20, 2020 6:59 pm

Besides Amazon, does anyone know where else I can purchase 2020 BarBri books? I have 2017/2018 books.

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Re: Where To Grab used BarBri Books

Post by deanrobbins1 » Mon Jul 20, 2020 7:46 pm

I'm already barred somewhere but moving offices and taking the July UBE. I barely post here (and don't know if I have enough 'karma' or whatever you people call it to get private messages) but if you want you're welcome to shoot me an email: deanrobbins1@gmail.com. (a throwaway, btw, my IRL name is not 'Dean Robbins')

anyway my new firm paid for full barbri, so I have the latest UBE books all unmarked, not because I had any grand ambitions of trying to squeeze more cash out of some Oct or 2021 taker than the $250 barbri will pay me to send the books back to be destroyed, I just always use post-it flags rather than mark things up since post law school I'm usually reading an expensive treatise like Wright & Miller or Nimmer on Copyright that belongs to my work, not me. you might also check Half Priced Books, as I know I've seen random old copies of the CMR there. though honestly, if you say you already have books from like 2016 or 2017 idk that it's worth your money to try and find someone selling 2019 or 2020 books--the Big Outline and CMR sections for the MBE look basically identical to what I remember studying 6-7 years back. yeah, there's a few minor spots where they cite a case from the last few years or the family law outline points out that the tax consequences of spousal support awards changed in 2019, but I'm seriously talking 4-5 examples like that out of thousands of pages. I seriously doubt any of those minor changes would be the difference between passing and failing, versus just studying the slightly older books you have now.

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Re: Where To Grab used BarBri Books

Post by rhs67858 » Mon Jul 20, 2020 7:49 pm

Forget it. I just called BarBri and they're not a fan. I'll figure it out, just concerned about updates to BLL at state and fed level, esp subjects like PR.
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Re: Where To Grab used BarBri Books

Post by rhs67858 » Mon Jul 20, 2020 7:56 pm

deanrobbins1 wrote:
Mon Jul 20, 2020 7:46 pm
I'm already barred somewhere but moving offices and taking the July UBE. I barely post here (and don't know if I have enough 'karma' or whatever you people call it to get private messages) but if you want you're welcome to shoot me an email: deanrobbins1@gmail.com. (a throwaway, btw, my IRL name is not 'Dean Robbins')

anyway my new firm paid for full barbri, so I have the latest UBE books all unmarked, not because I had any grand ambitions of trying to squeeze more cash out of some Oct or 2021 taker than the $250 barbri will pay me to send the books back to be destroyed, I just always use post-it flags rather than mark things up since post law school I'm usually reading an expensive treatise like Wright & Miller or Nimmer on Copyright that belongs to my work, not me. you might also check Half Priced Books, as I know I've seen random old copies of the CMR there. though honestly, if you say you already have books from like 2016 or 2017 idk that it's worth your money to try and find someone selling 2019 or 2020 books--the Big Outline and CMR sections for the MBE look basically identical to what I remember studying 6-7 years back. yeah, there's a few minor spots where they cite a case from the last few years or the family law outline points out that the tax consequences of spousal support awards changed in 2019, but I'm seriously talking 4-5 examples like that out of thousands of pages. I seriously doubt any of those minor changes would be the difference between passing and failing, versus just studying the slightly older books you have now.
Thank you, kind sir. Yeah Im a little nervous about missing something but there are other ways to stay updated. Thanks for the response.

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Re: Where To Grab used BarBri Books

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