Q. How can I obtain a book or article from another library?

How can I request an article or request a book that is not at the Law Library?


Answer

As a Georgetown Law patron, you may borrow a book that is owned and available for circulation from a Washington Research Library Consortium member library. You can request a Consortium Loan Service (CLS) through the Law Library Catalog. (For more information about CLS, please see our FAQ).

But you may also request a book or copy of an article through Interlibrary Loan Service where we resort to not only consortium libraries, but also other ILL-participating institutions. For this service, you will need to sign up for an ILL account to make your first request. Full instructions are available on the Law Library's website.

  • Last Updated May 11, 2020
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  • Answered By Erie Taniuchi

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