LexisNexis Law School Publishing

Welcome to the LexisNexis® Law School Publishing Page -- Helping to Connect Law School Professionals with class preparation information!

Below is some brief information on some of the LexisNexis Law School resources:

Digital Library for Professor Review Copies

Review law school publications via the LexisNexis® Digital Library for Professor Review CopiesThis restricted access site is available 24/7 for review copies of textbooks, study aids and more to consider for course adoption. If you are currently a law school professor or law school librarian and do not have access to the Digital Library for Professor Review Copies,  request your ID and Password today and we will email your access credentials. Note that where available, teacher's manuals are also posted to this Digital Library. Special note: If you are logged in as a current LexisNexis Digital Library subscriber or accessing via a trial offer, you will need to log out before being able to access the Digital Library for Professor Review site. This will allow you to enter the appropriate credentials.

LexisNexis Digital Library

Have you seen the LexisNexis® Digital Library lately?  Many law schools are now leveraging the value of this eLending platform. Students benefit from 24/7 availability on their tablet, laptop or phone and eBook links to Lexis Advance® for immediate access to cited cases, code sections and Shepard’s® updates. Now available! The following institution-wide packages are now available: Interactive Citation Workbook Package, Carolina Academic Press Study Aids Package, Carolina Academic Press Casebook Package, The Florida Bar Package, and the New York Colorbook Package.  Visit www.lexisnexis.com/digitallibrary, or contact your LexisNexis Digital Library Representative for more details.

LexisNexis® Courtroom Cast powered by Courtroom View Network

Available on a school-wide basis, LexisNexis® Courtroom Cast powered by Courtroom View Network takes your students inside real courtrooms. Before they face their first judge and jury, you want your students to know what to expect. Now they can experience what going to court is really like with Courtroom Cast videos. These aren’t reenactments, but real cases. Also available are audio versions of judicial opinions that every law student needs to know. Students can study on the go by listening to downloadable MP3 files of high-profile, edited judicial decisions. Request a Trial ID from the appropriate LexisNexis representative.