Expanded Access to Law Resources
Many publishers are providing FREE access to their resources for a limited time; many include study aids and textbooks. To avoid cluttering your inbox with unnecessary emails, the law librarians have created this LibGuide to provide a centralized location to access those new materials. We will continue to update this LibGuide as we receive notifications from publishers, so please check back frequently. If you find you have any questions about the resources and/or content, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to provide assistance.
Other Resources from Love Library
In addition to the law related resources we're complying here, we encourage you to consult the LibGuide Love Library has created for other resources.
Available until June 1, this resource contains selected casebooks and study aids.
Access through the Law Library's proxy server.
Interactive Practice Questions through the Exam Pro Series.
For electronic access to the current edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation please contact Sandy Placzek at email@example.com. The editors of The Bluebook are offering free trial access until June 1, 2020.
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory is offering free access to up to five currently available Connected Casebooks from now through May 31, 2020.
For courses where a Connected Casebook has been adopted, Wolters Kluwer provides access to the e-book, learning tools, and study center for the textbook on CasebookConnect.com. Access will include:
To access the Connected Casebooks, visit CasebookConnect.com/free and follow the steps provided to log in or create an account.
Carolina Academic Press is offering access to their Study Aids and Casebooks until the end of the semester.
Access Casebooks by title, author, practice area, or browse through the selection offered.
Access Study Aids by title, author, practice area, or browse through the selection offered. Carolina Academic Press publishes, and is offering access to, titles in these series:
HathiTrust contains millions of items covering both public domain and copyrighted material, as well as both full-text and restricted content. Responding to the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 emergency, HathiTrust is expanding access to encompass full-text access to nearly 50% of the University Libraries' print materials. To learn more about this resource and review a basic guide to using this resource collection, see the information provided in Love Library's COVID-19 LibGuide at HathiTrust.