RWU Law Textbook Reserve
The RWU Law Textbook Reserve program provides resources to help ensure that all students, regardless of economic circumstances, have access to course materials that are essential for strong academic performance in required courses.
The library has added one copy of required textbooks and course materials for all first year and required upper division required courses to its reserve collection. Courses that are listed as bar tested elective courses are not currently included in this program, as there are multiple course choices each semester. Copies will circulate for 2 hours. To ensure that all students have equitable access, this circulation period will be strictly enforced. Please ask at the circulation desk to see if your books are available in the reserve collection.
In addition to casebooks, the library provides print copies of study aids for first year, required, and bar tested courses, as well as electronic access to study aids provided by Wolters Kluwer, Lexis, and West Academic. Many of these study aids are recommended by faculty and include series such as Examples and Explanations, Acing, Concise Hornbooks, Short and Happy Guides, and Understanding. You can view the available study aids by visiting our study aids guide at: https://law.rwu.edu/library/research/study-aids.
For any questions about the textbook program, please contact Raquel Ortiz at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are facing financial hardships and would like to speak to someone further, please contact the Financial Aid office.