UA Law Faculty: Faculty Instructional Support
Librarians will make customized classroom presentations at the request of faculty for any College of Law class. Presentations may focus on the course research pages, resources for selecting paper topics and other subjects as requested. To request a classroom presentation for your class, click here.
Faculty members may request complimentary copies of materials under consideration for course use. A handful of legal publishers who still offer hard copies of books free of charge are listed below along with their contact info and URL. Note that policies differ among publishers: in some cases, the faculty member must use the text in the course in order to receive the compâ€™d copy. A few legal publishers also offer digital copies for review. Their policies and procedures are also listed. If you have questions or problems regarding contacting these sources, or if you have suggestions for publishers we have not included, please contact refdesk.
Aspen Publishers (Wolters Kluwer Law & Business)
For complimentary request info:
For a list of titles by subject, see:
Contact Info: 800-950-5259 (Legal Education)
West Academic/ Foundation Press (Thompson Reuters)
Policy- http://www.westacademic.com/Professors/About/CompCopyPolicy.aspx Casebooks- http://www.westacademic.com/Professors/CaseBooks/default.aspx?tab=5 Foundation Press- http://www.westacademic.com/Professors/FoundationPress/default.aspx?tab=2 Digital copies:
Go to Westlaw Nextâ€™s Lawschool Exchange- http://exchange.westlaw.com/Login.aspx?o=1 Login with your OnePass credentials. Not all titles are available for digital download. Contact Info: West Academic Account Managers: 800-313-9378 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
LexisNexis As of the fall of 2013, LexisNexis has ceased offering print copies for review and instead offers the ability to review copies digitally through the Lexis Nexis Digital Library (http://lnreviewcopy.law.overdrive.com ). Options are to view the book online or to download to your computer or mobile device e-reader (after installing software such as Adobe Digital Editions). Loan period is thirty days after which the book automatically â€˜goes away' unless renewed. Supported browsers include all versions of Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome and at least v.10 of Internet Explorer. You must register for an account at the link above and will Â be assigned a password. Note that your Lexis Advance login credentials will not work to access the Lexis Nexis Digital Library. Â
Carolina Academic Press
http://www.caplaw.com/ You must be viewing a specific title in order to access the faculty complimentary request form (see link at bottom of title description)
Contact Info: http://www.cap-press.com/contact.php
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press
2001 Evans Road
Cary, NC 27513 USA
Cambridge University Press
In addition to the permanent Law Reserve collection, the Law Library maintains a temporary reserve shelf consisting of faculty-owned photocopied cases, articles, etc., as well as faculty-owned copies of books to be used by their students during a particular semester. The Law Library assumes that photocopied materials meet federal copyright law guidelines. These items will be returned to you at the end of the semester or tossed at your request. Use the Course Reserve request form to add such items to the temporary reserve collection.
Click here to view items you currently have on the Course Reserve list.
The library maintains an online, password-protected database of past faculty exams for students to access remotely. Faculty members may choose to contribute past exams to this database. Contact Faculty Services Librarian Maureen Garmon or refdesk for more information.
If you would to like to make your course exams available to students, please contact Maureen Garmon.
The Law Library provides additional services to support the College of Law faculty's instructional needs. Contact the Refdesk at email@example.com for further assistance, including assistance in gathering information regarding legal textbooks, videos, etc. to be used in your classes.
Page Updated: December 9, 2013