Q. How do I get a book from main campus? How do I get a book from a consortium library?

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You may submit a consortium request by first finding the book via a WRLC (Georgetown U. + Consortium) search through our library catalog. Once you find a consortium owned material you wish to have routed to the Law Library, click on Request From a Consortium Library and log into your library account. Make sure that Georgetown University Law Library is selected as the Pickup Institution. Your request is randomly issued to a consortium library to fill. The policies and directions to borrow a consortium book is available on our website. For more policy questions about consortium loan service, please contact our Circulation Desk: 202-662-9131.

Note that most consortium law libraries do not lend through this service. If you find a book that is only owned by a consortium law library, we recommend that you borrow the title through Interlibrary Loan service. ILL policies may be found on our website.

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  • Last Updated Oct 19, 2018
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  • Answered By Erie Taniuchi

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