With prices starting at around $2 per individual per year, Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Online is a convenient and cost effective way for law school libraries and law firms to provide access to this growing collection of advanced introductory law titles from Edward Elgar Publishing.
Our pricing is based on the number relevant users, so for universities, whilst access is given to the whole institution, the price is based on the number of FTE in the law school.
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How to subscribe
For law teaching institutions our pricing for Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Online is banded and based on the total number of law students/FTE.
Click here for our pricing table.
If you are a law firm or a university/research institution with a relatively small law teaching programme please get in touch for a tailored quote. Consortia pricing for groups of libraries acquiring the collection together is also available.
Satellite campuses will typically be accommodated at no additional cost, but please contact us with the details to confirm this.
New subscribing institutions committing to three years are entitled to a 50% discount on the first two years.
Please contact us with any queries or if you would like a formal quote:-
How to access if already a subscriber, or at a subscribing institution
If your institution subscribes to Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Online then you will normally be able to access the site via your library catalogue. If you are unsure contact your friendly local librarian to confirm.
Access is authenticated by one of these options:-
IP Range Authentication
This is the standard method, and means that you will get automatic access to the Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Online site when you are within the institutions network. For remote access then you will need to access the site via your network by first logging into the library and following the links to this resource.
Shibboleth/ Athens authentication
For remote access some institutions require you to use your Shibboleth or Athens ID and Password. This can be entered on the login box on the homepage.
Username and password
Username and password can be entered on the homepage login box. Please note, each username may only be used by one person at a time and so this option is not recommended for large organisations.
In this method the institution will provide a link to the resources from a password protected area on the institutions website or intranet. Users clicking through from this link will then be automatically authenticated.
Recommend to your library
Please recommend these eBooks for your library or send us your librarian's details and we will send them information and a quote for the subscription.
Request a 30 day free trial for your institution
Please ask your library to email us if you would like a trial. We need your institution's full IP ranges.
Individual users looking for personal access
Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Online is not currently available to individual subscribers. The individual titles may be purchased in print from all good bookshops and from the Edward Elgar Publishing website. Ebooks are available from Google Play, Kobo and eTextbook vendors.
Redeeming a token
To redeem a token please use the login box on the home page. You will need to register with the site to create a personal user account. If you already have a personal user account for our main eBook platform www.elgaronline.com then this can also be used on Elgar Advanced Introductions to Law Online. Download this easy guide.
Non-law Elgar Advanced Introductions
We publish Elgar Advanced Introductions across the social sciences, the full range of titles can be seen on our main website. Currently we only have the law titles available as an online subscription product. If your library is interested in accessing the broader range of books then please contact us. If there is sufficient demand we will add it to our plans.