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The Law Library keeps one copy of books law professors require for their course during a semester. On occasion we may keep more than one copy of some books, such as the Bluebook.
A Course Reserves record is created for each course and lists the books that are required for the course. Course Reserves records are held for one year and then deleted.
Course Reserves books are placed in call number order on shelves inside the Circulation pod. Each book is labeled with star for identification. At the end of each semester, the books are removed and re-shelved in the collection.
Course Reserve shelf browse
Course Reserves books may be checked out 2 hours at a time. Sometimes students do not return Reserves books timely, especially during the Final Exams period. You may need to send a reminder email or locate the student in the library to get the item back so you can check it out to someone else who is waiting to use the book.
To locate the name of a patron who has an item check out, do the following: