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1) Canadian Constitutional Law, 4th ed. Edmond Montgomery - very little highlighting

2) Cases and Materials on Contracts, 5th ed. by Waddams et al, Edmond Montgomery - new

3) Criminal Law and Procedure: Cases & Materials, 11th ed. by Roach et al, Edmond Montgomery - very little highlighting

4) Cases and Materials on Tort Law, 4th ed. by E. Weinrib, Edmond Montgomery - new

5) Property Law Reader: Cases, Questions & Commentary, 3rd ed. by Ziff (Carswell) - lots of highlighting

6) Introduction to the Study of Law, 7th ed., by Waddams (Carswell) - lightly used

7) Getting to Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams (Carolina University Press) - lightly used

8) Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 8th ed (2014), McGill Law Journal (Carswell) - new

 

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Introduction to the Study of Law, 7th ed., by Waddams (Carswell) - lightly used


7) Getting to Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams (Carolina University Press) - lightly used


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