Answered By: Seth Quidachay-Swan
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020     Views: 16

The Law Library will not have copies of casebooks and course texts, and students are expected to purchase or rent their required course materials. Many publishers now offer digital and print+digital combo packages for individual purchase.

West Academic

  1. Publisher of American Casebook Series (Gray) and University Casebook Series (Blue) among other imprints

  2. Offers three purchase options:

    1. Casebook Plus - This option is approximately 20 dollars more than purchasing only the hardbound print book

      • New, hardbound print book includes lifetime digital access to an eBook, with the ability to highlight and take notes, and 12-month access to a digital Learning Library that includes self-assessment quizzes tied to this book, leading study aids, an outline starter, and Gilbert Law Dictionary.

    2. Hardbound - Included in the price is FREE 14-day digital access to the book immediately after purchase.

    3. Ebook - Lifetime digital access to the ebook.

Wolters Kluwer

  1. Publisher of the Aspen Casebook Series (Red) among other imprints.

  2. Offers two purchase options:

    1. Connected Casebook - (Not available for all casebooks)

      1. Purchase of a Connected Casebook provides access to the online e-book, practice questions from your favorite study aids, and an outline tool on CasebookConnect 

    2. Hardbound

Carolina Academic Press

  1. Lesser-known casebook publisher

  2. Offers two purchase options:

    1. Hardbound

    2. E-book

Casebook Rental Options

  1. There are companies that offer casebook rentals at a substantially discounted price compared to purchase including:

    1. Amazon -

    2. Chegg - Chegg is now also offering a free 7-day access to certain titles.

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