The Faculty of Law Bookstore

The Faculty of Law Bookstore is located in the basement of Falconer Hall. (FA 15, tel. 978-6906). The Bookstore Coordinator is Marlene Haughton. She may be reached at 416-978-8891 or m.haughton@utoronto.ca

During the first two weeks of term, the Bookstore is open daily from approximately 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Subsequently, the Bookstore will be open two or three days a week. Days and times will be posted and advertised on the Faculty of Law website and in Headnotes.

The Bookstore carries casebooks, commercially published texts and a limited selection of standard legal reference works. The University of Toronto Bookstore, located in the Koffler Centre at the corner of College St. and St. George, also carries a few law books.

The Bookstore accepts bank debit cards and credit cards (MasterCard, Visa and American Express).  Payment may also be made in cash.

Prepayment is required for orders of casebooks that are out of stock or for special orders of textbooks.

 

Bookstore Hours

The Bookstore is now closed until September 2014.

When the Bookstore is closed, course materials that are urgently required may be requested from the Bookstore manager.  Please send your request to Marlene Haughton at m.haughton@utoronto.ca or phone 416-978-8891.

Monday

CLOSED

Tuesday

CLOSED

Wednesday

CLOSED

Thursday

CLOSED

Friday

CLOSED

*****Please remember to pick up all prepaid orders.*****


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The following books have arrived in the Bookstore:

For First Years:

Please see the First Year Price List below for a list of all the course materials for 2013-14.

 Criminal Law - Volumes 3 and 4 (for the classes of Professors Stewart and Shaffer)

 Getting to Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams by Fischl & Paul (Carolina  Academic Press) - Of Interest to the First Year Class

 

For Upper Years:

 Please see Winter 2014 Upper Year Price List below for details.

 History of Crime & Punishment, Volume 2 (Phillips) (just arrived)

 

Price Lists

As many of you know, several years ago we phased out plastic bags at the law school bookstore. This development came out of the recommendations of the Environmental Sustainability Working Group. 

As we did last year, first year students will each be given two reusable book bags when they make their first purchase of books for the 2013-14 year. Upper year students are asked to bring their bags from last year to make their first purchase of the new year. You are encouraged to use this bag each time you purchase books. If you forget/lose the bag, replacement bags will be available for $2 each (plus HST), all of which will be used to replenish the supply of reusable bags.

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