Course Reserves & Study Guides For Students For Faculty Students Reserve materials may be checked out at the Circulation Desk. View ALL Law Reserves View Law Reserve Study Guides by Subject Law Courses: Fall Term Administrative Law LAW 620S Advanced Legal Research LAW 880S Advanced Trial Advocacy: Civil LAW 904S Advanced Trial Advocacy: Courtroom Tech and Advocacy LAW 907S Appellate Advocacy LAW 910S Bankruptcy LAW 710S Beginning Spanish for Lawyers LAW T680S Business Organizations LAW 700S Civil Litigation Clinic I LAW 943S Civil Procedure LAW 554S Class Actions LAW 630S Communicating for Success LAW 891S Community Lawyering Clinic I LAW 950S Contract Drafting LAW 884S Contracts LAW 552S Criminal Litigation Clinic I LAW 941S Criminal Procedure: Investigations LAW 670S E-Discovery & Digital Evidence LAW 660S Education Law LAW 640S Employment Discrimination LAW 622S Entertainment Law LAW 728S Environmental Law LAW 624S Evidence LAW 634S Family Law LAW 644S Federal Criminal Law LAW 675S Federal Income Tax LAW 701S Foundations of Legal Analysis LAW 838S Health Law I: Regulating Quality Access LAW 780S Immigration Law LAW 820S Insurance Law LAW 796S International Human Rights Advocacy & Practice LAW T680S Intro to ICN LAW 568S Intro to Trial Advocacy LAW 902S Intro to Trial Advocacy LAW 902S A Intro to US Legal Systems LAW 970S Justice Lawyering Seminar LAW 656S Justice Lawyering Seminar LAW 658S Labor Law LAW 658S Lawyering Practice Seminar I LAW 654S Legal Methods I LAW 565S Legal Methods II LAW 566S Licensing of Intellectual Property LAW T680S Litigation Drafting LAW 882S Marshall-Brennan LAW 608S Mediation and Arbitration LAW 646S Mental Health Law LAW 793S Nonprofit Organizations LAW 724S PA Family Law Practice LAW 645S PA Innocence Project Practicum LAW 923S Patents LAW 761S MLS Courses: Fall Term Business Organizations LAW 700S Compliance Skills LAW LSTU 501S Corrections Law LAW LSTU 530S Criminal Law LAW 558S Employer/Employee Relationship LAW LSTU 521S Ethics and Professional Standards LAW LSTU 502S Health Care Safety and Risk Management LAW LSTU 505S Intro to Legal System LAW LSTU 500S Legal Research and Analysis LAW LSTU 503S NCAA Rules I and Infractions LAW LSTU 511S Risk Assessment and Management LAW LSTU 507S Find Course by Faculty Member Abu El-Haj, Tabatha Asbury, Bret Bacine, Daniel Bernstein, Mark Boss, Amelia Briant, Erica Brooks, Susan Castagnera, James Cimino, Chapin Coleman, Clare DeMatteo, David Dilgard-Clark, Carolyne Edwards, Tracye Field, Robert Finkelstein, Darya Finkelstein, Veronica Fischer, Jordan L. Flanagan, Paul Fullmer, Harold Furrow, Barry Geisinger, Alex Gioffre, Michael Gordon, Deborah Haas, Beth Haldar, Deeya Henninger, Rob Hoffman, David Howard Jacobus, Laura Kahan, Aimee Katz, Shira Kent, Brian Korobkin, Donald R. Kraybill, Nancy Kukura, Elizabeth Landers, Amy Lappen, Louis Lobel, Jodi Lopez, Rachel Licata, Jane Lichty, Laurel Mathes, Michele McCartney, Maureen McGrain, Julie McKinney, Patricia Minkoff, Deborah Montemarano, Amy Mooradian, Jody Morley, Steven Moss-Velasco Murphy, Michael Oates, Kevin Okamoto, Karl Parambath, Reena Pardys, David Pedersen, Natalie B. Quinn, Pammela Sanghvi, Nilam Seligmann, Terry Shemtob, Lori Sheridan, Jennifer Silfen, Richard Skipper, Leigh Stern, Gwen Stucker, Jack Tars, Eric Tibbs, Donald Tomilson, Robert Tucker, Lisa Voegele, Jane Wineburgh, Justin Woodson, Kevin M. Zimmerman, Emily Study Guides by Subject Administrative Law Admiralty Law Agency, Business, and Partnership Antitrust Law Appellate Advocacy Bankruptcy Bar Exam Bioethics Civil Procedure Conflicts of Laws Constitutional Law Constitutional Law II Contracts Copyright Corporate Law Criminal Law Criminal Procedure Death Penalty Law Employment Discrimination Employment Law Enterprise Tax Entertainment Law Environmental Law Evidence Family Law Federal Courts Federal Income Tax Finance Law First Amendment Food and Drug Law Health Law Immigration Insurance International Law Intellectual Property Juvenile Justice Labor Law Legal Research and Writing Mediation and Arbitration Nonprofit Law Patent Law Payment Systems Pretrial Advocacy Products Liability Professional Responsibility Property Real Estate Remedies Sales Secured Transactions Securities Regulation Torts Trial Advocacy Trusts and Estates White Collar Crime Faculty Putting Print and Electronic Material on Reserve Overview/Guidelines The reserve system supports instruction by providing access to materials needed by students for current courses. Please follow these guidelines: Place only required or recommended materials for current courses on reserve. Materials owned by the Libraries should not be kept on reserve when they are not needed, as this unnecessarily restricts circulation. Submitting Requests/Materials for Reserve Submit your reserve requests to Beth Huxta at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include as much citation information as you can, to ensure the correct item is ordered or retrieved from the shelf. Submit your list of reserve items before the term starts. In order to ensure that we have LRC-owned items on reserve for the beginning of the term, please request them 4 weeks before they are needed in case they are in use by another patron. Please submit copies of personal materials 2 weeks before the term starts to allow for the heavier volume of incoming requests. Materials submitted after this deadline will be processed as quickly as possible. Ordering a title the Legal Research Center does not own. Please plan ahead and order titles two months in advance, as orders may take 4-6 weeks for delivery, and the item must be cataloged after arrival. Even a "rush" order may take anywhere from a week to 4-6 weeks, depending on availability. In order to speed up the process, please include as complete a bibliographic reference as possible. Placing personal copies on reserve. Please put your name in each item. A barcode and small markings will be placed on the outside of the books and other materials. Anti-theft tape will be placed inside the book. The Legal Research Center will put forth its best effort to prevent theft and mutilation of personal copies, but we are not responsible for loss or damage of personal copies. Picking up "personal copy" items. At the end of the term instructors will be notified via email to pick up personal copies (personal items may be picked up at any time during the term). Items not picked up in 2 weeks will be placed in your mailbox. Placing items on electronic reserve. Please observe the following guidelines when submitting materials to be placed on electronic reserve: Please submit your materials 2 weeks before they are needed. The library system allows a maximum of 30 items to be submitted for electronic reserve for any single course. Follow these steps: Complete the Online Reserve Form All paper copies of documents to be placed on reserve may be submitted either in person at the Circulation Desk or via e-mail attachments. Links should be provided for documents available online. Materials submitted may be made in any of the following formats: PDF. Documents may be submitted as e-mail attachments sent to Beth Huxta at email@example.com. Paper. Copies must be clean 8 1/2 X 11 inches, of high quality, single sided, and contain no holes or staples. ASCII or .txt files. Submit items in these formats via e-mail attachments. Web based materials. Include the URL with your reserve requests. Materials must be renewed: If you plan to use your course reserves for the next term, please renew them. Reserves Contact: Beth Huxta at firstname.lastname@example.org; 215.571.4820.