Some of the major academic publishers are providing significant discounts on their electronic casebooks when you order directly from the publisher’s website. Publishers that are offering discounts are listed below, with instructions about how to order.
To see what casebooks have been assigned for your classes, see the Schedule of Classes.
Please note that not all of the casebooks and textbooks assigned by your professors come from publishers that are offering discounts. Students may wish to compare prices for casebooks offered via the Berkeley Law Bookstore, Amazon, and other vendors.
This page will be updated, so check back for new information.
Students can purchase digital-only access to Wolters Kluwer Connected Casebook at 40% off the print list price.
Go to https://www.wklegaledu.com/textbooks/law-school and search or browse for your casebook. Once you find the book, be sure to select “Digital Only Casebook Connect” under format.
Note: some casebooks are not available in digital format and that option won’t appear. At this time, there is no discount for the print versions of casebooks.
You will receive your access code upon completion of your transaction.
Using the access code, register your product at https://www.casebookconnect.com/ and start using the full e-book (works on any device), practice questions, and learning tools immediately.
Please note that not all casebooks from Wolters Kluwer are available as digital copies.
West Academic (includes Foundation Press)
Electronic casebooks are always discounted 25% off of the cost of the print book. Students can use the below discount code at checkout for an additional 15% off the e-books (for a total of a 40% discount). You can also use the discount code for a discount on print versions.
Discount Code: CALBERKLAW
LexisNexis and Carolina Academic Press
We have been told that these publishers will be offering a discount, but we don’t have the information at this time. We will update this page as soon as we hear from them.
Sell Your Casebooks
If you wish to sell your casebooks back to the bookstore, see the Berkeley Law Bookstore website for more information.