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Hello!
Im about to start my first year as a law student at Durham University, Im wodering where am i supposed to buy my books for the modules and how to find out what books am I supposed to buy in the first place and approximately how much are they going to cost? I tried checking online reading lists from the librery in DUO, but I can’t seem to find any acurate information..
Do you know anything about this? Please help, former ,current or to be law students
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For each subject, you'd be expected to buy one or two books. Normally about 30-40 quid each brand new, but you can sometimes get away with buying an older edition for much fewer pennies. I would ask your lecturers if this is sensible before doing it and I generally do recommend buying the latest edition in law.
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