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Law and Literature: Course Reserves

The objective of this guide is to facilitate the students in their course and discussion about the role of the law, the life it rules over and administers, and the complex nature of circumstances of the law.

Course Reserves

A course pack is a compilation of course materials put into one easy-to-access place for students. Course Packs can act as a supplement to a textbook or as a replacement. Course packs may include scholarly articles, book chapters, case studies, judgments, statutes, original or self authored material, audio-visual material and even websites both in print and electronic format.

Find e-Reserves

Search Course Reserves

It lets’ you search for items by the instructor's name, the course name, course ID, or title.

Free Course Wares

MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity.

MIT OpenCourseWare