You will want to create a syllabus for your class showing meeting dates, assignments, and particularly course rules/expectations you plan to enforce. Each professor’s syllabus is different, some more detailed and some less. See examples below:

Advance Assignments

  • If you will be assigning work for your students to complete before the first day of class, at least two weeks prior, e-mail the advance assignment to the registrar, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). She will post it online.
  • Information to include:
  • To confirm that your assignment has been posted for student access, check this page:

Ordering Course Materials

  • To request desk or review copies of textbooks in the area of law that you teach, contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 303-871-6015.
  • If you would like to research current books available, you can access the publisher web sites listed below. If you find a book title that you would like to have ordered for you, please contact Caryl. She is the law school’s publisher liaison.
  • To have an order placed for textbooks for your students, see instructions below.

Ordering Textbooks
We have a textbook buyer that we work with through the DU Bookstore. When you have decided which textbook(s) your students will need for your class, contact Doug Russell at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), 303-871-2940 to place your order (see information from the University of Denver Bookstore below). He will have access to our enrollment database and will be able to determine the number of books to order. The more information you have the better. Please try to supply the author, title, ISBN, and publisher if possible.

  • Tentative Textbook Deadlines (subject to change)
    Fall: June 21st
    Spring: October 30th
    Summer: April 1st

  • University of Denver Bookstore
    Thank you for your continued support of your campus bookstore as your primary source for course materials. Directing your students to your campus bookstore for their course materials benefits the entire DU community. If you have any questions regarding the process of these, please do not hesitate to contact your textbook buyer.

Preparing a Course Pack

  • You may elect to prepare a course pack in lieu of having your students purchase a textbook. A printable copy should be delivered to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), Course Materials Manager, University Bookstore.
  • If there are any concerns regarding your submittal, Doug will contact you directly. Once this process is completed, it will be delivered to the University Copy Center for printing the appropriate number of copies. Your students will be able to purchase the Course Pack from the Bookstore Shelves. Please submit your printable copy at least 6 weeks in advance of the start of your class.