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Library Guide for Law Journal Students

Interlibrary Loan

The D'Angelo Law Library offers many different ways to find the sources you need.

  • Use UBorrow or Borrow Direct when you need items that are currently unavailable from the University of Chicago Library. Combined, UBorrow and Borrow Direct enables you to search for and request books directly from over 20 major research libraries, with combined collections of more than 100 million volumes.
  • Use Worldcat to search for books and journal titles that are not available via UBorrow or BorrowDirect. To request an interlibrary loan, use the Find It! link from the Worldcat record or use the Online Request Form on the Library web page.
  • Each of the three student edited journals has an organizational interlibrary loan account. Contact your editors for information about how to place an interlibrary loan request using the organizational account.
  • If you are a first time user, register for the Library's Interlibrary Loan Service and select Law as your department to have requested items sent to the D'Angelo Law Library Circulation Desk to be held for you.

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