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Law students will inevitably study Intellectual Property, and in doing so need to obtain Intellectual Property textbooks. But students of Intellectual Property often spend far too much money every semester purchasing Intellectual Property textbooks. Intellectual Property books can be very expensive when you buy new textbooks, while a rented textbook can be half the price or less. For example, a rental copy of either Modern Intellectual Property, United States Code, Title 44, Public Printing and Documents: and Miscellaneous Statutes Identifying the Authority of the Joint Committee on Printing, 1997 Edition (S. prt), or The Development Agenda: Global Intellectual Property and Developing Countries can be 75% less than what you might pay in a college bookstore.
Textbook rentals are easy (and even cheaper than buying used textbooks! And there are a number of ways to find the rentals themselves. If you wanted to rent Developing Countries in the WTO Legal System, the best way would be to find the ISBN number (in this case, ISBN9780131102897) from your Intellectual Property class guide and search for it on BookRenter.com. Whether you’re studying Communications, Entertainment, or any other subject within Intellectual Property, renting textbooks is the way to go.