Circulation & Reserve Support
Circulation of Library Materials
The Law Library circulates only monographs from the general collection. The Reserve collection contains at least one copy of every textbook ordered for Law courses, which may be checked out for use in the Law Library for two hour time blocks or to be taken to class. A Quick Factsheet concerning Circulation and Reserve can be found here. Please read our Circulation Policy for further information about borrowing materials from the Law Library.
Class materials are found in the Reserve Collection located behind the Circulation Desk and may be used inside the library for up to two hours. The Reserve Collection includes textbooks, the Hornbook and Nutshell study aids, important Arizona materials, legal research and writing guides, audio visual materials, and many other commonly referenced items. Check the Course Reserve list to see which materials are available for a particular course.
Group study rooms are available for law student group use at the Law Library. These rooms are located on the lower level of the library. Use of the rooms is strictly limited to College of Law students who are studying as a group.
The Law Library maintains a collection of past and sample exams, both online and as part of the print Reserve collection. The exams are added to the collection only at the request of individual professors. You must use your Forums login and password to access the online Sample Exams.
When there is a need for materials that are not owned by the UA Libraries, the Law Library will attempt to borrow them from other libraries through the formal interlibrary loan (ILL) channels. Click here to request an article or book through interlibrary loan.
Page Updated: 19 April 2010