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Remote Law Library Services and Resources: eBooks (study aids!)

There have been and continue to be changes to library services. This guide serves to keep our patrons informed of any changes to library operations.

Online Casebooks


West
Providing ebook equivalents, but limited to students who own a print copy of the title and who just can't get to their copy due to travel restrictions, leaving it in their dorms, etc.

Lexis
They are making a title by title decision.  They advise students to call 800-833-9844 to see if their casebook is eligible.

Carolina Press
They will be to work one-on-one with professors to distribute time-limited ebook access to their students (The access codes will expire on June 1).  Professors can e-mail bhall@cap-press.com to make an inquiry and get the process started.

Wolters-Kluwer
taking the same approach as Carolina Press.  My understanding is that you should contact our regional sales rep. Kristin Keeser at Kristin.Keesser@wolterskluwer.com

Available from Rutgers Univ. Libraries

Other Free Resources

OCLC is maintaining a growing list of this freely available content at oc.lc/covid19-partner-content which includes recommended options to access through OCLC services. We will continue to update this list as new information becomes available, so please be sure to bookmark this link and check back often.

eBooks elsewhere

Available from other Universities