Academic faculty and bookstores

In addition to providing authoritative and relevant print and online materials for post-secondary education, Carswell and Canada Law Book are publishers of choice for renowned authors, many of whom are leading educators in Canadian and international universities and higher education institutions.

Evaluate books for your courses

Browse the list of Thomson Reuters titles (PDF) attached below for consideration in your academic program syllabus or for purchase if you are a bookstore customer. For more information contact our sales team.  Learn more

For Law Schools

Westlaw Canada

We are pleased to provide law school faculty and students complimentary access to Westlaw Canada, a powerful online legal research service that gives you the power of the Internet with state-of-the-art research tools.

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The West Education Network® (TWEN®)

TWEN is an online extension of the classroom that provides law school professors and faculty members with web-based course management tools. Learn more

Academic Bookstore Return Policy

  • Books that do not include student token access to ProView e-book can be returned in resalable condition for a full refund or credit if Thomson Reuters receives the return earlier than six months of the original ship date or three months after a new edition is published. Thomson Reuters will not issue a refund for books returned outside this time frame. Please be aware that any products received after the return period will not be sent back to the purchaser by Thomson Reuters. All product returns are to be shipped, prepaid via traceable method to ensure proof of delivery, and with a copy of the original invoice enclosed to:

    Thomson Reuters Bookstore Returns
    c/o Citilogistics
    970 Verbena Road
    Mississauga, Ontario
  • Thomson Reuters ProView e-book purchases are considered a final sale. Print purchases bundled with e-books are also considered a final sale.
  • Purchases from all other academic customers, such as school libraries, are subject to Thomson Reuters standard terms and conditions.

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If you have a publishing idea, we’d like to hear from you. If you have an idea for a publication in a new area of practice or emerging topic, please contact us to discuss your proposal.

To share your publication idea, please contact your product development manager or contact us at: 

Phone: (416) 609-3800 (Toronto & international) / 1-800-387-5164 (toll free Canada & U.S.) "

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