If your law school or organization has an institutional subscription, then you can get access to Quimbee for free.

How do I get my free account?

To set up your free account, please use the following link to sign up for your institutional membership:


Please be sure to use your law school email address (using the standard format, like @american.edu or @berkeley.edu), so the system recognizes your eligibility.

(Note: If you've previously had a Quimbee account using your law school address, please contact us.)

All I see is the option to sign up for a free 7-day trial. How do I fix this?

If you're using the standard sign-up page, you will only see the 7-day trial for individual subscribers.

To take advantage of the free institutional account offered by your school, you need to go to this special sign-up page and use your school email address so our system recognizes you're eligible.

Which schools have institutional accounts with Quimbee?

The following organizations currently offer free Quimbee accounts for their law students (1L, 2L, and 3L):

  • Albany State University
  • American University
  • Belmont University College of Law
  • Darton State College
  • Florida State University
  • LDS Business College
  • Lewis & Clark Law School
  • Lincoln Memorial University
  • Marquette University Law School
  • Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
  • Penn State Law & Dickinson Law
  • Pepper Hamilton LLP
  • University of California Berkeley Law
  • University of Dayton School of Law
  • University of Hawai'i at Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law
  • University of Illinois College of Law
  • University of North Texas | Dallas College of Law
  • University of Oklahoma
  • University of Tennessee College of Law
  • Vanderbilt Law School
  • Yale Law School

You can find the most up-to-date list of participating institutions here.

My law school isn't listed. How do I get them to offer an account for students at my school?

We'd love it if your school subscribed.  Please ask your law librarian to contact us about setting up a demo account.

Here's more information about the program, and how they can contact us:

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