California law students need all the help they can get. Students navigate the pressures of law school with the most difficult bar exam in the country and a highly competitive job market on the horizon. That’s why CEB's AccessLaw™ Program offers free academic accounts that provide law students, faculty, and staff with access to the full range of CEB products.
Customize your daily news feed with over 30 practice areas and explore CEB’s extensive library of on-demand legal education programs.
Excel in law school and prepare for practice with the expertise and guidance of 19,000+ strong contributing community of California practitioners.
Leverage our best-in-class legal research solutions and practical guidance to save time and deliver a high-value work product.
Practitoner is the only California-specific legal know-how solution. Practitioner’s How-To Guides, Strategy Notes, Charts, Checklists, and annotated attorney-drafted documents are organized in intuitive Workflows that guide you through your legal matter from start to finish. Additionally, you get access to curated practice area packages of CEB’s authoritative practice guides and our primary law research tool with TrueCite™, CEB’s powerful case law citator.
CLE Passport offers you unlimited 24/7 access to CEB’s complete library of on-demand continuing legal education videos, with over 600 programs and 900+ hours to choose from.
CEB’s AccessLaw™ Program is available to the students, faculty, and staff of any California law school approved by the American Bar Association (ABA) or the California State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners (CALS), as well as select paralegal programs.
Current law and paralegal students who join the AccessLaw Program retain their program membership throughout their studies and 18 months post-graduation.
Full-time staff and faculty who join the AccessLaw Program retain their program membership as long as they remain employed by a qualifying school.
Part-time or adjunct faculty who join the AccessLaw Program retain their program membership as long as they remain employed by a qualifying school.