Coursework is Stanford University’s web based course management system that displays announcements, syllabi, readings, and much more. All law school classes have a CourseWork page.
The Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, sponsor of CourseWork, is piloting Canvas, a new cloud-based learning management system (MLS) from Instructure, during the 2015-2016 academic year. Instructors are encouraged to use Canvas during the pilot phase. For questions regarding this new MLS, please contact the library reference desk.
The Digital Reserves functions as an archive of exams, model answers and syllabi from pervious years. Access is limited to the law school community.
Stanford Syllabus is a central, online repository for Stanford class syllabi.
Confused about where to start? Unsure if there are courses offered in your area of interest? Go to the SLS Navigator website to explore the diverse amount of course resources that the Stanford Law School and other institutions have to offer.
Our Access Services Librarian, Naheed Zaheer, will process course reserve list requests before the quarter begins. We automatically place copies of all required texts for the class on the course reserve. Additional materials may be placed on reserve any time during the term. Any questions about course reserves can be directed to email@example.com.