Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The bookstore is open extended hours at the beginning of each semester, and has reduced hours during the summer. Please check with a store employee for details.


120 Tremont Street, First Floor
Boston, MA 02108-4977

Jennifer Tinkham, Manager
Phone: 617-227-8874
Fax: 617-227-9457
Email: lawbooks@suffolk.edu
Web: www.suffolklaw.bkstr.com

Largest Selection of Law Study Aids in New England

  • Law Study Aids
  • Law Reference Books
  • Imprinted Clothing & Hats
  • Insignia Gifts
  • Office & School Supplies
  • Calendars
  • Candy
  • Snacks
  • Newspapers
  • Greeting Cards
  • FedEx Shipping
  • Fax Services
  • Stamps

If you wish to place an order or if you have questions, please call, fax, or email us. You can also shop online for textbooks or merchandise. Please note that prices are subject to change without notice.

Purchase Policy

Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, debit cards, cash and personal check is accepted in the exact amount of purchase with a Student ID and/or a valid Massachusetts driver's license. A name must be printed on the check with an address and phone number provided. There is a $25.00 fee on returned checks.

Refund Policy

The last day for text refunds is generally one week after the start of the semester; check with a store employee for the specific date. Law reference materials (study aids) may be returned for a full refund within two days of purchased. Textbooks and study aids purchased during the last three weeks of a term or during finals are not returnable. All other merchandise (with the exception of gift cards, software, audio products, clearance merchandise, and special orders- which are always final sales) may be returned for a full refund within two weeks of the date purchased. All returns require a receipt and the item must be in the original purchase condition.

Year-round book buy-back policy

  • Condition- Any book being sold back must be in good shape, with binding, covers, and every page intact. Excessive highlighting, underlining, or other markings may decrease a book's buy-back value.

  • Course Materials Orders - If an instructor has requested your textbook for next term, then the value increases. Books falling into this category may be worth more and net you a higher percentage the original purchase price. Generally speaking, textbooks will be purchased until we reach the amount we think we can resell.

  • Overstocks and Current Editions Not Being Used on Campus - If we have reached our limit on a particular title for next term, or if your book has not been requested for next term and is a current edition, we may still purchase it based on various criteria including the national demand and the needs of other bookstores.