William and Mary Law School

W&M Law Journal Students

Overview

The Wolf Law Library offers interlibrary loan services to W&M law journal members.  These services consist of borrowing materials presently unavailable at this library and required for cite checking. Items that can be borrowed include books, microforms, videos/DVD’s, dissertations, and government documents. Digital or print copies of journal articles or selections from printed or microform publications can also be provided.

Journal staff members should be familiar with the Law Library’s ILL Cite Checking Policy.

Make a request using our electronic request forms. Choose the appropriate form for your journal. All fields marked with a (*) on the ILL form must be filled in.

Most interlibrary loan requests are processed free of charge. However, should the lending library charge a fee, the journal must approve this expenditure before the request is processed.

While some photocopies are shipped within 24 hours, ILL materials can take as long as two weeks to arrive. When your item arrives, you will receive an e-mail with pickup instructions. If you request a photocopy, it will be sent to you electronically.

Digital Document Delivery

Our library stores scanned copies of every photocopy requested through interlibrary loan.  All scanned copies are saved until the issue is published, after which the scanned material is deleted.

Contact Information

Becky Mazzarella
Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery Supervisor
Room 111A, Law Library
(757) 221-3259
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