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Requesting Review Copies of Books

A guide to assist University of Georgia School of Law faculty to obtain review of copies of books from various publishers.

Carolina Academic Press

Carolina Academic Press acquired the law school education publications from LexisNexis Matthew Bender in 2016.

To request review copies of Carolina Academic Press books, go to:

CAP Law page at

  • To request a complimentary examination copy of a book, search or browse for the title you want, then click on the "exam copy" button or the complimentary copy request link at the bottom of that page.
  • Examination copies of text books are available to professors for adoption consideration who have not previously received copies.
  • When making your examination copy request, they ask that you include the following information: 1) the name of the course for which the book is being considered; 2) the semester(s) the course is taught; 3) the approximate enrollment for the course(s); and 4) the name and address of the institution (your mailing address) at which the course is to be taught.
  • You can also contact 919-489-7486 and ask to speak to someone in Law School Sales or email

More information on their Complimentary Copy Information page

Digital examination copies of Carolina Academic Press titles are also available on the LexisNexis Digital Library for Professor Review Copies.  See LexisNexis Matthew Bender tab for details.

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