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  • All new content for 2022 is now available, updated collections are ready to purchase or access
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September update: pick n' mix the updated content

Over 50 new editions and hundreds of updated chapters have just been uploaded to Law Trove. You can take your pick from a wide selection that we've put together.  They are freely available to browse until the end of the month. What topic takes your fancy? Explore the collection

September 2022 Update

Getting the most from your subscription

If you are one of the many law teachers who will be teaching from Law Trove in this new academic year, are you sure you know how to get the most from the functionality available? We’ve put together some top tips for academics using Law Trove on our Technical Support page.


We run regular webinars throughout term time to help students, librarians and academics get to grips with Law Trove.  The next ones are listed below. They typically last about 30 minutes, times shown in GMT. Contact your representative for bespoke training, in person or remotely.

Mon 26 Sep | 2.00pm | Sign up

Wed 05 Oct | 10.00am | Sign up

Fri 14 Oct | 11.00am | Sign up

Tue 18 Oct | 4.30pm | Sign up

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How to buy Oxford Law Trove

Individual students can purchase subject collections or the complete collection direct from oup.com. Subject collections are priced at £49.99 and are available now, or consider the complete law collection for £209.99, both give access for 12 months. Institutions should contact their campus rep for full details.

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Essential Cases

Unique to Law Trove, Essential Cases provide a bridge between course textbooks and key case judgments. They act as a spring board for students to engage with primary case materials, helping law teachers unblock a longstanding barrier.

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Search tip #2 - the wildcard

Use the wildcard to broaden search when you're unsure. The name of the judge which sounds like "Lord Sumpshon"? Search Sump*on. What’s that case involving something stone? Try E*stone. When you use the wildcard Law Trove will look for one missing letter or several. It's ideal when you’re just not sure of the word.

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Who uses Law Trove?

We're proud to be working with a wide range of higher education institutions across the UK and Europe. Thank you to all those have partnered with us this academic year to deliver Law Trove to your students; we look forward to building (or continuing) a productive relationship with you next academic year.