Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world’s largest university press with the widest global presence; we have offices in 50 countries, employing more than 6,000 people publishing a portfolio of products that is broader and deeper than any other academic publisher.

OUP is built on a heritage that dates back to the earliest days of printing. Our 500 year history has shaped the development of our publishing and helps inform and define who we are.

Legal education

OUP is the UK’s leading publisher of legal educational materials, and no other publisher can offer the breadth and depth we can.

Law Trove enables us to hold all those resources in one place, giving students access to a rich source of content, anywhere and anytime.We developed Law Trove to give students access to the breadth of publishing that has made OUP the UK’s number one provider of legal educational materials.

Law Trove


Law Trove offers excellent functionality and features that will enhance your students’ learning experience. Law Trove enables you to search and interrogate the wealth of Oxford’s textbook law list.

  • The powerful search facility means students can explore easily, delving deeper into the content for an immersive learning experience.
  • Contents and cross-references are hyperlinked for fast and easy navigation, and a joined up learning experience.
  • Students can personalize their experience by creating their own profile and saving content, searches, and annotations.
  • Wherever, whenever, and on whatever device you access the internet you can access Law Trove; gaining the advantages of flexibility and portability.

Now in its tenth year, Law Trove continues to represent the most cost-effective way of delivering nearly 200 top-quality law resources into the hands of law students through one site.

Law Trove is now in place in 55% of law schools in the UK. Teachers and students are using this array of content in a huge variety of ways, consistently positive feedback demonstrates how Law Trove meets the needs of today’s teachers and students.

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