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Law Trove

Discover the wealth of Oxford’s law textbooks online and expand your students’ learning experience.

The 2016 Law Trove modules are available for student purchase. You can view the contents of each collection here.

 

Why Law Trove?

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Search

The powerful search facility means students can explore the full text of all titles on Law Trove, sorting, filtering, and navigating results easily, and delving deeper into the content for an immersive learning experience.

The inclusion of the Oxford Index takes searching to another level.




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Navigate 

Contents and cross-references are hyperlinked for fast and easy navigation. Links are provided to additional learning resources on a book’s Online Resource Centre and to relevant external content for a joined up learning experience. You can link straight to relevant content from your reading list.





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Interact

Students can personalise their experience by creating their own profile and saving content, searches and annotations. Academics can make notes on the content and share them with the class. Diagrams and figures can be downloaded and saved for use in teaching or coursework.





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Flexible  

Wherever, whenever, and on whatever device you access the internet you can access Law Trove gaining the advantages of flexibility and portability.






Try it in your teaching

Do you teach law and would you like to find out how you can get access to Law Trove and use it to enrich your teaching?

For further information, to arrange trial access, to request a demonstration, or enquire about purchasing options, contact your campus representative.

Updated subject modules will be ready for institutional or student purchase the new academic year. Email us if you would like to be kept up to date with availability.


Stop searching, start discovering. Visit Law Trove.


www.oxfordlawtrove.com

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