The Wolf Law Library offers interlibrary loan services to the law student community. These services consist of borrowing materials presently unavailable at this library and required for research papers and law journal notes. 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.
Requests should be made using our electronic request forms. Please choose the appropriate form for students’ personal requests. All fields marked with a (*) on the ILL form must be filled in or the request will not be processed.
Most interlibrary loan requests are processed free of charge. However, should the lending library charge a fee, you must approve this expenditure before the request is processed. Students are responsible for all fees incurred on obtaining ILL materials, and the fee must be paid prior to picking up the item.
When your item arrives, you will receive an email with pickup instructions. If you request a photocopy, it can be sent to you electronically or you can pick up a print copy. Any fines for overdue materials or fees for lost or damaged materials are your responsibility.
Digital Document Delivery
Our library stores scanned copies of every photocopy requested through interlibrary loan. All scanned copies are saved for one semester, after which the scanned material is deleted. If a request is filled by electronic means, we do not create a print copy of the material, but rather send the item directly to the patron in electronic form. If a copy arrives by mail or fax, the material is scanned to create an electronic copy.
Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery Supervisor
Room 111A, Law Library