Introduction – How to Read Your FIU Law Booklist
FIU Law’s Booklist is designed to assist you in cost-saving decisions. Many FIU Law courses do not require purchasing materials, as those materials are provided by your professor or accessible via the FIU Law Library. Where an electronic book has been adopted by your professor, you can choose to purchase or rent the print; some faculty have adopted the print version in which case you must utilize the print. Please review the Book Format column for approved formats. The ISBN provided also reflects this adoption format requirement.
Aspen Publishing eBook Discount
Through your FIU Law access to Aspen Connected Quizzing, FIU Law students can purchase Aspen ebooks at a 40% discount and a paperbound equivalent at an additional discounted cost. This may, or may not, be the most affordable option for your education needs. Please review the Aspen ebook Discount Instructions FAQ and booklist notes for details. Adopted titles will display in the Aspen Publishing ebook platform store exclusive to FIU Law, available via our FAQ. If you choose to also purchase the print-on-demand version, take the time to verify that this option provides the best savings opportunity. Courses where Aspen publications have been adopted are noted via the Publisher column on the Booklist.
West Academic eBook Discount
Through your FIU Law access to West Academic Assessment, FIU Law students can purchase West Academic ebooks at a 45% discount and a paperbound equivalent at an additional discount. This may, or may not, be the most affordable option for your education needs. Please review the West Academic ebook Discount Instructions FAQ and booklist notes for details. Adopted titles will display in the West Academic Assessment platform store as options for purchase for inclusion in your bookshelf. If you choose to also purchase the print-on-demand print version of the title, take the time to verify that this option provides the best savings opportunity. Courses where West Academic publications have been adopted are highlighted blue for your convenience.
FIU Law Library Materials
Law Library as a source indicates that the title has been adopted as an ebook that is accessible through FIU Law Library. No purchase is required.
Carolina Academic Press publications may be available from the FIU Law Library via our Lexis Digital Library. URLs will be updated on the booklist as they are added. Please follow the professor’s format preference when making purchase decisions.
More information about FIU Law Library ebooks and study aids access are available via the website.
Some professors may have adopted content that is freely available on the internet, known as an Open Educational Resource (OER). As applicable, those titles are accessible via the URL provided. No purchase required.
Wait for It
Some information, highlighted yellow, indicates that we are waiting for updates from the publisher or professor. Please always verify that you are purchasing the correct edition and format.
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The URLs provided may show as embedded links – click these links to access materials within library resources or other sites.
For any questions regarding the assigned text, contact your professor directly. For questions regarding the content of the Booklist or troubleshooting inquiries, Ask a Law Librarian.