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There are other alternatives to the traditional casebook format -- though I must say that while I was not meant to be an e-reader, many have no trouble with this format. Check out the growing selection of electronic casebooks that are available through CALI's eLangdell project ( This service offers students free (creative commons) casebooks in an electronic format that's compatible with e-readers and mobile devices -- or a student can print and bind them as they prefer.

See the list of titles here:

BTW, they're always looking for more authors.

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