Saturday, May 10, 2014
- ABA Journal, After Blogger Outcry, Legal Publisher Changes Policy on Required Return of Hard-Copy Casebooks
- Josh Blackman (South Texas), Aspen Casebook Connect Textbooks Must Be Returned At End Of Class, Cannot Be Resold
- Josh Blackman (South Texas), Aspen Issues Revised “Connected Casebook” – Now You Can Choose To Keep Your Book
- Josh Blackman (South Texas), Anatomy of #AspenGate
- Josh Blackman (South Texas), Aspen Comments on #AspenGate
- Chronicle of Higher Education, Law Professors Defend Students’ Right to Sell Used Textbooks
- Steven Clowney (Kentucky), How NOT to Roll Out a New Textbook
- Steven Clowney (Kentucky), How NOT to Roll Out a New Textbook, Ctd.
- Devan Desai (American), Are You Missing the Market, Aspen?
- Electronic Freedom Foundation, Aspen to Students: Your Property Book is Not Your Property
- Dan Filler (Drexel), Aspen Backs Off New Casebook Policy
- James Grimmelmann (Maryland), Aspen Doesn’t Want You to Own Your Own Casebooks
- James Grimmelmann (Maryland), Victory! Aspen Lets Students Keep Their Casebooks
- Orin Kerr (George Washington), Law Professors Rebel Against New Aspen Casebook Policy
- Rebecca Tushnet (Georgetown), Lifetime Piling Up: Aspen and New Anti-First Sale Business Models