What products does the AccessLaw™ Program make available to law students, faculty and staff?

CEB's AccessLaw™ Program offers free access to Practitioner and our CLE Passport to the law students, faculty and staff of any California law school approved by the American Bar Association (ABA) and California State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners (CALS).

Practitioner: CEB’s complete legal research solution. Get everything CEB offers in your practice area, including California-specific workflows and county-specific How-To Guides, as well as our authoritative practice guides. Research California, 9th Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court cases and California statutes. Includes TrueCite™, so you can always be sure the cases you’re citing to contain good law.

CLE Passport: Your Passport offers you unlimited CLE with 24/7 access to CEB’s complete library of on-demand CLE videos, with over 600 programs and 900+ hours to choose from. New content is added every week, so you can be sure there’s always robust coverage of the topics and issues that are relevant to you.

What discounts are available for CEB digital and print titles?

Practitioner provides law students, faculty, and staff with free access to all CEB digital titles. Practitioner does not offer discounts for print titles.

How do I sign up for a student, staff, or faculty AccessLaw™ account?

If you are a student, faculty or staff at a law school approved by the American Bar Association, request your access at www.ceb.com/aba. If you are a student, faculty, or staff at a law school approved the California State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners, request your access at www.ceb.com/cals.

For your unique law school code, ask your law librarian or email Griffin Ferry at griffin.ferry@ceb.ucla.edu.

Do I have to use my law school email address to create my free AccessLaw™ account?

Yes. Law students, faculty and staff must use their law school email address to create a free account.


For how long do I have free access to Practitioner and CLE Passport?

Law students have free access for the duration of their legal studies and 18 months post-graduation, provided they sign up for their free account while enrolled in law school.

Law faculty and staff have free access for the duration of their employment with the law school.

Adjunct faculty have free access for the duration of their course.

Do adjunct faculty need to re-register every year?

Yes. Adjunct faculty receive free access for the duration of the course that they are teaching, so when the course ends their free access ends. Adjunct faculty can re-register for free access when their next course begins.

Will I still get free access if I sign up after I graduate from law school?

No, students must sign up prior to graduation to receive their 18 months of free, post-graduation access.

What is my law school code?

For your unique law school code, ask your law librarian or email Griffin Ferry at griffin.ferry@ceb.ucla.edu.

How soon after signing up will I have access to my free account?

Access is typically provided within two business days but may take longer. If you are experiencing a delay in your access, please email Griffin Ferry at griffin.ferry@ceb.ucla.edu.

I would like to use a CEB practice book and/or action guide in the class that I am teaching. Do my students have free access to practice books and/or action guides?

Yes, law students who create free accounts have access to all CEB digital titles.

I have a question about CEB's AccessLaw™ Program that is not answered here. Who should I contact?

Please email Griffin Ferry at griffin.ferry@ceb.ucla.edu.

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