Note: New open casebooks appear frequently. BC Law faculty may contact their Law Library liaison for assistance in locating open casebooks.
Professors Rebecca Tushnet and Eric Goldman's casebook, Advertising & Marketing Law, 5th ed., is available in multiple file formats.
Global Review of Constitutional Law, published by the I-CON-Nect-Clough Center, is an e-book available on SSR. This publication tracks constitutional law development and cases in 63 jurisdictions around the world. The 2020 edition is the latest edition available.
This content is designed to be the course reading for one or two class sessions in a Constitutional Law class or a National Security Law class.
Copyright Law: An Open Source Casebook (2019) by Professor Gary Myers.
Copyright Law: Cases and Materials (2021) is authored by Professor Jeanne Fromer and Professor Christopher Sprigman.
Introduction to the Law of Corporations, 7th ed., authored by Boston College Law Professor Brian JM Quinn, is available on the H2O/OpenCasebook platform.
Criminal Law, 2nd ed. Professor Corey Yung's free casebook designed for a first year law course in criminal law.
Corporate Crime: An Introduction to the Law and its Enforcement (2021). Professor Samuel Buell authored this textbook and it is available as a free download.
Sex Crimes, 2d ed., 2021 is authored by Professor Corey Rayburn Yung.
Show Me Criminal Procedure, 2d ed., Spring 2019, is written by Professor Ben Trachtenberg and Professor Anne Alexander.
Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age, 2018, is written by Professor Amy Schmitz.
Entrepreneurship Law: Company Creation (2021), is written by Professor Samantha Prince.
Past, Present and Future of the Safe Drinking Water Act is a one chapter teaching tool by Professor James Salzman; a teacher's manual is included.
Wetlands Law: A Course Source, 4th ed. revised, by Professor Stephen Johnson, is a CALI ebook.
Federal Tax Procedure by Professor John Townsend contains text, background, and cases relevant to tax procedure. The book, updated each August, is available in a Practitioner Edition and a Student Edition.
Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age, 2021 edition, co-authored by Professors Peter Menell, Robert Merges, Shyamkrishna Balganesh.
Introduction to Intellectual Property: Cases and Questions, 2021, is written by Professor Jason Rantanen.
Open Intellectual Property Casebook, 5th ed., authored by Professor James Boyle and Professor Jennifer Jenkins.
Internet Law: Cases & Materials, 2021 edition, by Professor Eric Goldman.
Patent Law: An Open-Source Casebook, 2022, is a fully modifiable casebook providing greater flexibility for faculty. Authored by Professor Mark Janis et al.
Patent Law: Cases, Problems, and Materials (1st ed. 2021) by Professor Jonathan S. Masur and Professor Lisa Larrimore Ouellette.
Professional Responsibility: An Open-Source Casebook, 1st ed., 2019 authored by Professor Brian Frye and Professor Elizabeth Schiller.
Torts, authored by Mary R. Ziegler, is available on the H2O Open Casebook platform.
Trademark Law: An Open-Source Casebook, 2021, is authored by Professor Barton Beebe.