Purchasing Law Trove
Law Trove Collections are available for individuals and institutions to purchase
You may have had a limited free trial and have seen the potential of Law Trove or had access to a limited amount of content and now want to get a fuller experience. If you want to sample some free content now and get a feel for the website, visit this month's Subject Focus.
It's through accessing complete subjects on Law Trove that its benefits can really be seen.
Law Trove offers you digital access to titles across core and optional subject areas. Institutions and individual students can purchase subject collections or the complete collection.
Subject collections are all priced at £49.99 and once you've purchased a collection you'll have access to the books digitally for 12 months. The contents in the subject collection you buy will remain the same for your 12-month access period.
If you're interested in more than one Law Trove subject collection, why not consider purchasing the complete law collection? For £209.99, you'll receive digital access to around 200 law textbooks.
If you are a librarian or an academic and would like to discuss how Law Trove would benefit you and your students please contact your campus representative to discuss purchase options and prices.
Use the links below to go to the main OUP website where purchases can be made. As soon as your purchase is confirmed you'll receive an email containing an activation link. Access lasts for 12 months and the content of the collection will remain the same for that period.
Ready to browse?
The following subject collections are now available. You can view the contents of each module by visiting the product page on the website (use the links below).
Core subject collections
|Contract Law||Criminal Law||Equity & Trusts|
|EU Law (UK version)||EU Law||Land Law|
|Legal Systems & Skills||Public Law||Tort Law|
Optional subject collections
|Company & Commercial Law||Employment Law||Evidence|
|Family Law||Human Rights & Immigration||International Law|
|IP & IT Law||Medical Law||Criminology & Criminal Justice|