Course Reserve: The Law Library maintains one copy each of print casebooks and some other course materials assigned during the current semester at the Circulation Desk as a backup resource for students whose books are temporarily inaccessible (such as having forgotten a book at home). These materials are available for limited two-hour checkout. We discourage students from relying exclusively on Course Reserves for access to casebooks because books are shared among multiple students and will be inaccessible if the student cannot come to campus (such as due to illness).
Electronic Course Reserve: In order to provide contactless service and support learning on- and off-campus, the Law Library offers limited digital course reserves when requested by faculty. Casebooks are not provided due to cost and licensing limitations. Course reserves generally consist of monographs (books) and selections from books that can be licensed by the library. For details, please review your course Canvas pages, TWEN, or syllabi.
Locked Reserve: Locked reserve consists of audio/visual items, software, CLE recordings and similar material. Locked items are located behind the Circulation Desk and may only be borrowed for a limited time. Course reserve and professor files may be borrowed for 2 hours at a time. Audio/visual and software reserve items circulate for 24 hours.
Reserve Room: The Reserve Room is located on the second floor, in room 280 JRCB (near Circulation). The Reserve Room consists of high-use monographs (texts, outlines, restatements, etc.), six months worth of newspapers, along with the current Utah law collection — including copies of the state code, and the codes for various Utah cities.