Oh definitely! But he's asking for "Siegel's Constitutional Law: Essay and Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers," which I doubt is the *text* the professor is using. Anyways, I'd say skimping on stuff like textbooks is really a penny-wise, pound-foolish kind of approach. Fair enough. Do you even know any law students? No one downloads textbooks and supplements, at least not where I am at. I think law textbooks are kind of sui generis, in that many of them consist largely of excerpts from case opinions, interspersed with varying levels of commentary, analysis, and explication. As you or somebody else pointed out, the actual cases (which usually are the most important part) can easily be accessed and read elsewhere. This is a big difference from textbooks in many other fields, which often are "written" from start to finish.