The library collects copies of most books required by School of Law Courses, along with copies and other items that School of
Law faculty make available for students in their classes. These items are housed at the Circulation Desk on
Floor L1. Circulation staff
retrieve items upon request; please provide the call number from the
Library catalog or the Course Reserves printout under the glass at the Desk.
Links to Spring 2017 Course Reserves in the Catalog
Use these links to access real-time availability of course reserve items.
- Academic legal writing (5th ed., 2016) / Volokh
- Accounting for lawyers (5th ed., 2015) / Barrett & Herwitz
- American constitutional law (5th ed., 2013) / Shanor
- American constitutional law Suppl. 2013
- American Indian law (3rd ed., 2015) / Anderson et al.
- Approaches and methodologies in the social sciences / della Porta & Keating
- Bargaining for advantage / Shell
- Bioethics : principles, issues, cases (2nd ed., 2013) / Vaughn
- Bioethics : principles, issues, cases (1st ed., 2010) / Vaughn
- The bluebook : a uniform system of citation (20th ed., 2015)
- Business and financial literacy for law students / Drake
- Business organizations (3rd ed., 2012) / Smith
- Business planning : closely held enterprises (4th ed., 2013) / Drake
- Case study research : principles and practices / Gerring
- Cases and materials on torts (2nd ed., 2008) / Diamond
- Civil rights legislation : cases and materials (6th ed., 2014) / Eisenberg
- Civil tax procedure (2nd ed., 2007) / Richardson et al.
- The clinic seminar / Epstein et. Al.
- Comparative historical analysis in the social sci. / Mahoney & Rueschemeyer
- Comprehensive commerical law : statutory supplement 2013 / Mann et al.
- Constitutional law (3rd, ed., 2015) / Maggs & Smith
- Constructing social research (2nd ed., 2011) / Ragin & Amoroso
- Constructions of neoliberal reason / Peck
- Consumer law : cases and materials (4th ed., 2013) / Spanogle et. Al.
- Consumer protection law in a nutshell (4th ed., 2016) / Pridgen & Marsh
- Contemporary approaches to trust and estates (2011) / Gary et al.
- Convicting the innocent / Garrett
- Corporations and other business associations: selected statutes
- Cosmopolitanism : ideals and realities / Held
- Criminal law : cases and materials (3rd, 2014) / Lee & Harris
- Critical race theory / Crenshaw et al.
- The effective deposition (4th ed., 2012) / Malone et al.
- Elementary statistics in social research / Levin & Fox
- Evidence (3rd ed., 2014) / Nicolas
- Evidence 2016 statutory supplement / Nicolas
- Federal income tax code and regulations : selected sections 2016-2017 ed.
- Federal income taxation (16th ed., 2012) / Bankman et al.
- Federal Indian law / Fletcher
- Genetics : ethics, law and policy / Andrews et al.
- Getting past no : negotiating your way … / Ury
- Getting to yes : negotiation agreement without giving in / Roger & Ury
- Global climate change and U.S. law (2nd ed., 2014) / Gerrard & Freeman
- Historical intro. to study of Roman law (3rd ed., 1972) / Jolowicz & Nicholas
- History of Rome (1978) / Grant
- The institutes of Gaius, pts. 1 & 2 / Zulueta
- International business transactions(3rd ed., 2015) / Chow et al.
- International intellectual property (2nd ed., 2012) / Eaton et al.
- International law from below : development, social movements… / Rajagopal
- Interview research in political science / Mosley
- Intro. to law and legal system of the United States (5th ed., 2011) / Burnham
- An introduction to Roman law / Nicholas
- An intro. to Roman legal and constitutional history (2nd ed., 1973) / Kunkel
- Invention analysis and claiming: a patent lawyer's guide / Slusky
- Just writing (4th ed., 2013) / Enquist & Oates
- Justice : a reader (2007) / Sandel
- Law & health care quality ... (7th ed. 2013) / Furrow
- The law and life of Rome (1967) / Crook
- Law and neuroscience / Jones et al.
- Law and the mental health system (6th ed., 2014) / Slobogin et al.
- The law of armed conflict (2nd ed. , 2016) / Solis
- The law governing lawyers (2016) / Martyn et al.
- Laws and societies in global contexts / Darian -Smith
- Legal control of water resources (5th ed., 2013) / Thompson et al.
- Legal ethics in the practice of law (4th ed., 2013) / Zitrin et al.
- Legal writing : examples & explanations (2nd ed., 2014) / Pollman et al.
- Licensing intellectual property (3rd ed., 2014) / Gomulkiewicz et al.
- The logic of subchapter K / Cunningham et al.
- Making human rights a reality (2013) / Hafner-Burton
- Mediation / Menkel-Meadow
- Model Business Corporation Act (2016 rev.)
- Negotiation theory and strategy (3rd, 2014) / Korobkin
- A new world order (2004) / Meyer
- Normal life(rev. ed., 2015) / Spade
- Of medicine and markets / Godoy
- Perform your best on the bar exam MPT… / Gallagher
- Pleading and procedure : cases and materials (11th ed., 2015) / Hazard et al.
- Political corruption (3rd ed., 2002) / Heidenheimer & Johnston
- A practical approach to client interviewing, counseling, … / Herman & Cary
- Price on contemporary estate planning / Price
- Private power and global authority / Cutler
- Problem solving, decision making… / Brest & Krieger
- Probs & mats. on secured transactions (3rd ed., 2014) / Rusch & Sepinuck
- Real estate transactions, finance and development (7th ed., 2009) / Lefcoe
- The redbook : a manual on legal style (3rd ed., 2013) / Garner et al.
- Reservation "capitalism" : economic development in Indian country / Miller
- Rethinking social inquiry (2nd ed., 2010) / Brady & Collier
- Roman law : additional readings (course pack) / Spitzer
- Rowe v. Pacific Quad Inc., 5th ed. Defendant / Moss & Oppenheimer (NOT OWNED)
- Rowe v. Pacific Quad Inc., 5th ed. Plaintiff / Moss & Oppenheimer (NOT OWNED)
- Sales : a systems approach (6th ed., 2016) / Keating
- Selected statutes for secured transactions courses (2013) / Chomsky et al.
- Selected consumer statutes (2015) / Pridgen & Sovern (NOT OWNED)
- Selected sections: United State international taxation / Lathrope
- Shareholder litigation in WA State
- Social science methodology : a unified framework (2nd ed., 2012) / Gerring
- Socializing states / Goodman & Jinks
- Software law and its applications / Gomulkiewicz
- SPQR : a history of ancient Rome / Beard
- Student's Guide to the FRCP / Baicker-McKee et al.
- Structuring the state / Ziblatt
- Style : lessons in clarity and grace (12th ed., 2017) . Williams & Bizup
- The Supreme Court sourcebook / Seamon et al.
- Synthesis (4th ed., 2013) / Schmedemann et al.
- Tax controversies : practice and procedure (3rd, 2009) / Lederman & Mazza
- Tax controversies (3rd, 2009), 2011 supplement / lederman & Mazza
- Tax crimes (2nd ed., 2015) / Townsend et al.
- Taxation of international transactions (4th ed., 2011) / Gustafson et al.
- Textbook on Roman law (3rd ed., 2005) / Borkowski & Plessis
- Transnational law and practice / Childress et al.
- U.S. taxation of international mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures (Westlaw)
- Washington legal research (2nd ed., 2009) / Heintz-Cho et al.
- Writing and analysis in the law (6th ed., 2013) / Helene
Finding Course Reserves in the Catalog
Search by instructor's name, course number, or course name. Note: The Course Reserves searches all UW libraries, not just the Law Library. If your results seem overwhelming, use the “Refine My Results” facets on the left side of the screen to hone in on the materials for your class.
Course Reserve materials check out for 4 hours. Course Reserve items checked out within 4 hours of closing are due when the Library re-opens. For example, a book checked out at 7:01 p.m. on a Thursday evening will be due at 8:00 a.m. Friday morning; a book checked out Friday afternoon at 2:01 p.m. will be due Sunday at 11:00 a.m..
Check out at the Circ Desk, Return to the Circ Desk
Ask Circulation staff to retrieve your Course Reserve book. You may take the book out of the library with you during your 4 hour checkout period. When returning the book to the library you must return it to the Circulation Desk and not to a library book drop. This ensures that we check it in immediately and that you do not get any fines.
No Holds, Renewals, or Back to Back Checkouts
You cannot place a Course Reserve item on hold. You cannot renew a Course Reserve book. After returning an item loaned to you from the Course Reserve collection, you must wait thirty minutes until you can check it out again. This gives other waiting students the opportunity to use the text.
Starting with Fall Quarter 2016, Course Reserve items will now have a fine of $2.50 per hour overdue up to 11 hours overdue, at which time you will be charged both the $25 maximum fine and an additional $25 Lost Item fee. Neither of these charges are refundable so turn in your Course Reserve items on time! In addition, any Course Reserve item that is "lost" (more than 11 hours overdue) will also bill automatically at $150. This lost item amount is removed after you return the book to the library.
Paying Your Fines
You can only pay your fines online. Failure to pay your fines will eventually result in your library account getting blocked.