William and Mary Law School

Reserve


Books and Study Aids

Students are welcome to browse the permanent reserve collection, located in the Reserve Room behind the Circulation Desk. The reserves include popular legal reference materials, study aids, guides, and classic works. The collection is designed to support the needs of the law school's faculty, students and practicing Virginia attorneys. Featured items include:

Books on reserve generally check out for 4 hours at a time; CDs generally for 2 days; and DVDs in the Feature Film Collection check out for 3 days.


Feature Film Collection

Another special feature of law library reserves is the Feature Film Collection, with more than 2,000 classic films and new releases to provides relaxation and entertainment for students between studies. Popular movies include:


Borrowing Privileges
Students, faculty and staff of the College may borrow reserve items by showing their William & Mary ID card. Williamsburg residents and Virginia attorneys who have obtained a borrowing card from the library may also charge reserve items. Items may be taken out of the library, but must be returned within the specified time period. Members of the general public who wish to use reserve items may do so for a brief period either at the circulation desk or by leaving some form of identification with the circulation staff.