Casebook publishers do not provide complimentary access to casebooks, and the cost is prohibitive for the law school to subscribe to all assigned e-casebooks.
We urge students to seek out discounted and used copies of casebooks (see the instructions and discount codes below). If you have additions or suggestions for this list, please contact email@example.com.
Remember, the law school subscribes to several electronic study aids collections from CALI, West Academic, and Wolters Kluwer. These study aids are accessible remotely to our students for free. Save money! See the law library’s study aids page for more information.
If you live outside the US, please contact the G&IP office for help with print books.
If you live outside the United States, please contact the G&IP Office for help with print books.
CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS
All books ordered through the Carolina Academic Press webstore receive a 10% discount. If your order is more than $50, you’ll receive free shipping.
WEST ACADEMIC / FOUNDATION PRESS
Get 15% off all print and digital casebooks with the code WASOCAL on their webstore. Digital-only casebooks are already discounted 25% off the list print price, so the WASOCAL discount code would be an additional discount.
You can get a 40% off list price for digital-only Casebook Connect Casebooks using this link.
New, discounted casebooks from independent booksellers
You can buy and sell used casebooks from your classmates on the Law Portal on the Sell/Need a Book page. Also try these other sellers:
You may be able to save even more money by using a previous edition of a casebook. Publishers often post the complete table of contents of the newest edition on their website. See this example for a Secured Transactions casebook. (Scroll down to see "Detailed Table of Contents (PDF Download)"). You can download it and compare to your older edition to convert page numbers from the reading assignments in your syllabus. (You could also ask your professor to scan the current table of contents and send it to you.) Be sure to read any new cases that are not in the older edition by using Google Scholar, Lexis or Westlaw.