Alan Gray is the Editor-in-Chief of Baret News. He is fanatical about spelling and grammar, but sometimes has problems with American word usage, such as "momentarily." When told his plane will land momentarily, he expects a "touch and go" landing, not to land in a few moments!

Barrister Books, operator of the internet’s largest independent legal bookstore network of websites, announced the recent acquisition of assets owned by LawBooksForLess,  including the popular discount law student textbook and its law study aid website.

LawBooksForLess.com’s high level of brand recognition and existing loyal customer base will definitely contribute towards the company’s further expansion into the law student and legal professional market.

“This acquisition further solidifies our strong position as a market leader in serving both law students and legal professionals. – Richard Andrade CEO BarristerBooks

It also allows us to continue to establish and grow important customer relationships as these students make their way through law school, graduate and then begin and continue their legal careers.”

With the recent launch of the revamped LawBooks.com, LawBooksForLess.com and BarristerBooks.com websites, as well as our current aggressive push in offering a greatly expanded selection of digital legal materials, including digital law school textbooks and law student study aids, we’re confident that we are well-situated to build upon our reputation as the Internet’s source for legal titles,” said Andrade.

Founded in 1999, BarristerBooks, Inc. is a privately held corporation with corporate headquarters in Lawrence, Kansas, which operates the Internet’s largest independent legal bookstore network of websites, including BarristerBooks.com, LawBooks.com and LawBooksForLess.com. Each website offers 5,000+ titles for pre-law and law students, paralegals, attorneys and the general public.

 

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Alan Gray is the Editor-in-Chief of Baret News. He is fanatical about spelling and grammar, but sometimes has problems with American word usage, such as "momentarily."

When told his plane will land momentarily, he expects a "touch and go" landing, not to land in a few moments!