Law Textbook Publishers
This is a compilation of information from frequently used publishing companies.
The American Bar Association
Attn: Service Center, 19th Floor
321 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Contact: D’Lissa Upshaw, Senior Service Center Representative
Telephone: (800) 285-2221 or 312-988-5522
(M-F, 9:00am-6:00pm Eastern)
How to receive an examination copy: Request through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aspen Legal Education
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
130 Turner Street, 4th Floor
Waltham, MA 02453
Telephone: (336) 210-7167
Contact: Kimberly Sue
How to receive an examination copy: Contact Kimberly Sue via telephone, email, or mail to request an examination copy. Include the title of the book requested, author, ISBN, course you teach, current book you are using for the course, when you plan to teach the course next, estimated enrollment, your name, your position, your school name, address, and daytime phone number. Examination copies may also be ordered through the website, although this route may take longer.
Carolina Academic Press
700 Kent Street
Durham, NC 27701
Telephone: (470) 658-2974
Contact: Carolyn Czick
Please note that Carolina Academic Press has taken over all of the law school print publishing of LexisNexis.
How to receive an examination copy: If you teach and would like to request an examination copy of a course book, the preferred method is to visit the book’s page on our website at caplaw.com and click the “Exam Copy” button at the bottom of the page. Alternatively, you may email your request to email@example.com. All examination copy requests should include the following details: 1) course name for which the book is being considered; 2) semester(s) the course will be taught; 3) projected enrollment for the course(s); and 4) institutional address, email address, and phone number. Please note that not all titles are available as complimentary copies.
CCH Inc., A WoltersKluwer Business
4025 W. Peterson Avenue
Chicago, IL 60646-6086
Telephone: (951) 467-8630
Contact: Michael Zavala
Complimentary Examination Copy Policy: The Tax and Accounting Division (CCH) of Wolters Kluwer offers one title that is widely adopted in the law schools. Professors may request a desk copy by visiting https://engagetax.wolterskluwer.com/ExamCopies and filling out the form. Once the form is completed, an Education Specialist will reach out to the professor to qualify their needs and issue the proper desk copy.
Foundation Press / West Academic
444 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
Contact: Mollie Grande Benson
Examination copy policy and procedure: Complimentary copies of casebooks and textbooks in a particular subject area are available to all instructors currently teaching in that subject area or assigned to teach in that subject area in the immediate future. Account Managers can assist faculty in selecting titles or faculty can review titles at their leisure at https://faculty.westacademic.com/. Faculty are asked to identify each course by title and brief description when requesting complimentary copies. Complimentary copies are intended for professor review and not for sale. If any of the books are needed for any other purpose, they are available to teachers at the customary 20% professional discount.
LEXIS NEXIS – Professional Materials
625 Watson Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22901
website: www.bender.com or www.lexis.com/bookstore
Please note that LexisNexis sold its textbook division to Carolina Academic Press in December of 2015. For textbooks, please contact Carolina Academic Press at firstname.lastname@example.org. For digital access to a textbook formerly published by LexisNexis, please contact Customer Service at (800) 833-9854, and press option 5. Alternatively, request one through email@example.com
Research Institute of America Group
Warren Gorham & Lamont / PPC & Quickfinder
Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting
2395 Midway Road
Carrollton, TX 75006
Contact: Bea Schroeder
Telephone: (972) 798-2980
Fax: (855) 744-3386
How to receive an examination copy / Complimentary Examination Copy Policy: Complimentary examination print copies of some Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting Print books are available to all instructors currently teaching, or assigned to teach future courses. The requested complimentary copy must be relevant to the subject matter so as to possess a realistic chance for classroom adoption as a required text.
We ask professors to identify each course by title and to include a brief course description when requesting complimentary copies. Requests sent to an off-campus address must be requested either by the academic department or may be requested by email/fax on university letterhead to Bea Schroeder.
Requests should include the professor’s name, shipping address, course information (name and number), semester, and the title of the book requested.
610 Opperman Drive, D2.N143
Eagan, MN 55123
Contact: Reseller Customer Service Team
Telephone: (800) 328-2209
How to receive an examination copy:
Complimentary copies of our books are available to professors who have not previously received a copy of the requested book and who are currently teaching courses where the particular Casebook may be considered and possibly adopted for classroom use. The policy extends to titles in the Hornbook Series7, Nutshell Series7, Black Letter Series7 and Exam Pro SeriesJ, which may be recommended for collateral reading. We request that you provide us with the name of the course you are assigned to teach when making a request for examination copies of our publications. The request form can be found here:
This policy has been formulated with the dual purpose of providing professors with copies of all of our publications suitable for use in their classes or for collateral reading by their students while at the same time attempting to keep the student price of Casebooks, Textbooks, Hornbooks7, Nutshells7, Black Letter7 Reviews and Exam ProJ as low as possible.
NOTE: Books provided on a complimentary review basis are for the instructor’s personal use and may not be sold or given to vendors for resale.