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For the Fall 2020 term, due to COVID-19 related restrictions, the Rodino Center will not be circulating any print textbooks from the Course Reserve Collection. A small handful of textbooks are available in electronic format. Check the Course Reserves catalog to confirm what is available in electronic format. If the title is available in electronic format, it may be limited to one user at a time.
We recommend purchasing or renting electronic versions of textbooks for the 2020-2021 academic year. If purchasing print (or print/electronic combinations) textbooks, save receipts in case the publishers allow you to convert to electronic format mid-semester, if needed.
Check the following sites for textbook rentals (which are often less expensive than purchasing):
Selected study aids are available in West Academic Online Study Aids.
Some publishers will allow free, online access for a limited period of time at the beginning of the term; this may prove helpful until physical books are received.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Westlaw Patron Access – Remote Access for Alums and Attorneys:
Due to COVID-19 related restrictions, Seton Hall Law School Rodino Center alumni and community users may access our Public Access Westlaw subscription by registering for a temporary username and password. The email address you use to register must not already be on file with Thomson Reuters.
Once registered, users will be allowed up to 20 hours of usage and the password lasts for 14 days. The content users will have access to includes primary law, secondary sources, litigation, and Practical Law on the Westlaw Classic platform. Extent of usage is subject to change.
Please read the detailed instructions below for registration. You can register for access here.
Alumni from the class of 2020 will continue to have access to Westlaw and Lexis for six months after graduation with the login credentials used during law school.
Research Assistance is available Monday-Friday, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm.
Librarians can assist students and faculty remotely or in person with:
Contact for Research Assistance:
Reminder: we also have Research Guides that highlight our resources for specific subjects.