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July focus: Land Law

We’ve built a student-focused set of resources for the 21st century student. This month's collection brings topics together spanning this eclectic subject; from leases, mortgages and co-ownership, to human rights and the influence of society on land law.

Selected content will be open to non-subscribers until the end of July.

July 2021 Update

Contact your campus representative

If you are interesting in finding out more about how Law Trove could help your teaching, for the new academic year and would like to arrange a demonstration, or discuss and institutional buy-in, please contact your rep.

Who is using Oxford 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; whether this was your first year with us, or the latest of many we look forward to building (or continuing) a productive relationship.

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Why Oxford Law Trove?

Explore the wealth of Oxford law textbook list with intuitive functionality, navigation, and features that enhance the learning experience. A powerful search facility means you can delve deeper into your subject, and connect with additional resources in your own institution’s library.

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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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Getting the most from Oxford Law Trove

Only by setting up a personal profile will you be able to bookmark, annotate, and save your work, getting the most out of Law Trove.

Once you have created your personal profile, use the link on the top right of the menu bar to sign in.

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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 £44.99 and go on sale on 1 September, or consider the complete law collection for £199.99, both give access for 12 months. Institutions should contact their campus rep for full details.