University of Minnesota Libraries:
To check out materials from the Law Library or other libraries on campus, you will need to present your current U Card.
Requests for materials from non-UMN libraries should be submitted via Interlibrary Loan.
Materials may be renewed online through Libraries My Account.
To avoid fines, please renew your material on or before the due date. Renewals may be requested via:
We regret that books cannot be renewed if a recall or hold has been placed on the item.
Other Campus Library Resources
University of Minnesota Law Students are eligible to borrow materials from other on-campus libraries, as well as from coordinate campuses in Duluth, Morris, Crookston, and Rochester.
Please visit the University Libraries website for additional information on other campus library resources.
Get-It Book Delivery
Don't have time to walk across campus to get the book you need for a paper? Use the Get-It service!
Current students, faculty, and staff can request books from the University Libraries and have them delivered to the library of their choice.
Learn how to place a Get It request.
Get Digital Copies of Items Held at Libraries on Campus
The Law Library offers a digitization service for law students to request digitized copies of small portions of printed materials (e.g., articles, book chapters) held by the Law Library or other libraries on the Twin Cities campus. Requests will be filled within 1-10 days, but typically within 48 hours.
Please note the following exceptions:
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Services
Sometimes you will need a book that is not owned by the Law Library or University of Minnesota library system. In that case, you are encouraged to use our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service!
To place an interlibrary loan request, please fill out the Law Library's Interlibrary Loan form: z.umn.edu/LawILL.
If you have any questions consult the ILL FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions About Interlibrary Loans or contact David Zopfi-Jordan at email@example.com or 612-625-9534.