What’s a law education account?

Texas Bar Books Staff

What’s a law education account? How do I set one up?  Here is a brief summary of how law education accounts work. Every digitally-based product (digital book downloads and online subscriptions) we have on the website is complimentary for those intending to use it for educational purposes. Both law students and law educators at accredited Texas law schools are eligible.   How do I go about setting up a law education account?  Select ‘JOIN NOW’ in the upper, right-hand corner of the webpage. Then, select “Law Student” as your account type. Proceed with entering in your law school email address and estimated graduation date. For law educators please fill in a date with a longer horizon that might reflect the length of your service. This date can always be modified, or your account privileges renewed through customer service.   On the following page, you’ll insert your personal information. The next page will ask you to select whether you’re setting up the account for yourself or an organization. Click on “Select Myself.” Once your account has been created successfully, it will lead you directly to your library. You’re then able to select “Bookshop” from the top menu and add items to your cart.   How do I add materials to my library?   While you shop in …

I want to begin a private practice and I’ve got nothing yet. Where do I start?

Conor Jensen

Starting a practice involves many considerations. Visit our Starting a Practice page for resources that address some of the common issues you might face in starting a practice. For a quick overview, you might also want to watch this program from TYLA’s Ten-Minute Mentor series: “Starting Your Own Practice.” “So You Are Starting Your Own Practice?” from TexasBarCLE’s Practice Tips series provides a more in-depth discussion.

How do I obtain an entity license or Online subscription for my entire firm?

Texas Bar Books Staff

ENTITY LICENSES An entity license allows an entire organization to access an online subscription or digital download at special prices. To inquire about an entity license, contact Group & Firm Sales Manager Laura Angle at 512-263-2802, or email her at langle@texasbar.com. Entity licenses are subject to the terms of the original license concerning permitted users of the online subscription or digital download. MULTIPLE SUBSCRIPTIONS If an entire organization doesn’t need access to an online manual, but a few members of the organization do, the organization may purchase however may subscriptions they need and manage which members of the organization have access. To manage multiple subscriptions for an organization, create a Texas Bar Practice account for the organization instead of as an individual—or log in to the organization’s account—purchase the desired number of subscriptions on the subscription product’s page in the Bookshop, and allocate those subscriptions as you see fit. Each additional subscription is for one additional lawyer and that lawyer’s support team only. Additional subscriptions are subject to the terms of the original license concerning permitted users of the online subscription.