Course Listings, Books & Materials

Winter 2022 Textbook List and Course Listings

The Winter 2022 Textbook List (pdf) is a list of classes with required books and other materials.

The Course Listings webpage provides information about books for particular courses. Courses are listed in numeric order by term. The student will need to select the correct term and prefix (law) to search through the law school courses.

Textbooks and class supplements are generally available the week prior to the beginning of class. Supplements are sold in the Faculty Office Manager's Office (Third Floor, near the Faculty Offices). Only checks or money orders are accepted. You can pay with a credit card during the week prior to and the first week of the quarter. After that, you can purchase with check or money order. To see what supplements are available for purchase at this time, inquire with the Faculty Office (254-710-3611).

Digital Books and Online Materials for Remote Instruction Period

West Academic
For students who need online access to books published by West Academic, they are offering complimentary eBook access to their Casebooks. To access the materials please follow these steps:

  1. Create a West Academic account at
  2. Call or email West Academic at 877.888.1330 (ext.4) or to setup an eBook.

Note: This resource is only for students that do not have access to their required course materials. West Academic will accommodate students that share books, use the library copy, etc., and do not have access the content. West Academic is not requiring proof of purchase at this time.


Wolters Kluwer
In partnership with VitalSource, Wolters Kluwer is providing free digital e-textbooks for students who have lost access to their purchased book or library resources due to a shift from in-person to online classes. All of the adopted Wolters Kluwer textbooks can be accessed through the VitalSource Helps program at no charge for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Students can use the following instructions to access or create a VitalSource account and select the e-textbooks needed.

  1. Visit and log-in or create a Bookshelf account using your institution-provided email address. Detailed instructions on creating a student or instructor Bookshelf account can be viewed here.
  2. Log in to your account and click on the “Explore” tab in the upper left corner of the screen. This tab provides access to the freely available e-textbooks.

Note: Please note that at this time, student downloads are limited to 7 titles and trial access will expire on Monday, May 25th, 2020.