Law students can access items in general collection (open stacks), but items on Reserve or in the Rare Books collections are not available at this time. If you need to access an item that’s not in the general collection email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Checking out Law Library materials (via email)
If you need to take books etc. out of the library for you or your faculty member to use, send an email message to email@example.com.
Please include the following:
Photocopiers/scanners are still available in the library lobby. However, they are not being serviced or cleaned at this time.
If the item you need is not on the shelf, or if for some reason you’d like us to get an electronic copy of the item, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the citation information you have for the item, call number and name of the faculty member you’re working with. We’ll notify you on the status of your request via email.
For items held at another library on campus or items not held at any library on campus:
Currently all libraries on-campus are closed and we have no way of accessing physical items held in their collections.
Email our Reference librarians at email@example.com and we will attempt to obtain an electronic copy of the item. Please indicate the faculty member you’re working with in addition to information about the item (title, author, etc.). We will notify you on the status of your request via email.
If we are unable to obtain an electronic copy, your request will be forwarded to our X-ASAP Retrieval Service. Although most libraries are not lending physical items at this time, X-ASAP may be able to obtain electronic copies of some items (articles, book chapters) from another library via an interlibrary loan request. We will notify you on the status of your request via email.
If your faculty member would like us to acquire a particular book or electronic resource for the library's collection, or if her or she needs assistance in acquiring a personal copy of a particular book, contact Connie Lenz.