As COVID-19 closures and stay-at-home directives have spread across the country, libraries are suspending their lending services, making it very difficult to fill interlibrary loan requests for books. As a result, we will not be placing requests for physical materials. If you need a book, please email Kim Hocking, and she will attempt to find an e-book or request a section or chapter.
We are committed to providing resources and will continue to request chapters or journal articles. Please use the Copy Request Form to request materials.
If you have an item from ILL in your possession, PLEASE KEEP IT – even if the due date has passed. We are asking libraries to renew these items.
Please make sure the material cannot be found in the law library, the university library, or in an electronic database before making an ILL request. The library will not request items that we own that are on reserve.
Search for books in the library catalog. Use the drop-down menu at the end of the Search box to choose which library to search.
You can search for journals from the catalog as well.
Search HeinOnline using the box below. Type or paste the citation to any article or document, and if it's available in Hein, you will be taken to the PDF.
Search Law Journal Library by Citation
Most libraries do not loan the following types of material:
It is difficult, if not impossible, for the library to obtain the following through interlibrary loan: