Independently published, electronically delivered books have been the future of the law school casebook for some time now. Are they destined to remain so? We sketch an e-casebook typology then highlight some features of law professor culture which suggest that, although e-casebook offerings will surely expand, the trust credential that the traditional publishers provide plays a durable, central role in the market for course materials that law professors create.
Joseph S. Miller and Lydia Pallas Loren,
The Idea of the Casebook: Pedagogy, Prestige, and Trusty Platforms
, 11 Wash. J. L. Tech. & Arts 31
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uga.edu/fac_artchop/1054