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Past Law Course Reserves: Access to Justice (LAW 414)

Items on course reserve for Access to Justice and the Institution of Justice 2018/2019


Call Number

Loan Period


Thinking about justice : a book of readings / edited by Kelly Gorkoff & Richard Jochelson 

JC578 .T45 2012 2 hr OUT 2
Access to justice for a new century : the way forward / edited by Julia Bass, W.A. Bogart, and Frederick H. Zemans
K2100 .A6B38 2005 2 hr OUT 1
Middle income access to justice / edited by Michael Trebilcock, Anthony Duggan, and Lorne Sossin (+02002090452) KF337.5 .M53M53 2012 2 hr OUT 2
The colonial problem : an Indigenous perspective on crime and injustice in Canada / Lisa Monchalin (402001812554) E78 .C2M59 2016 2 hr OUT 4

Adding items to your course reserves

Although physical materials cannot be added, the process of requesting course reserve items remains the same. Please use the electronic form: Put items on course reserve for my class to add items to your course reserve lists. 

Please take note of the following reminders: 

  • Please submit your course reserve list as early as possible
  • Course reserve lists are processed in the order they are received
  • There is currently a 15 item maximum 
  • Prior to requesting items for your course reserve lists please review the USask Fair Dealing Guidelines - Copyright information.

    • The Fair Dealings Guidelines explain rules around copying and percentage of books that can be shared with your students.