How long can I check out a library book? What is the loan period? How many books can I have checked out at a time?


General loan period policies for Law Library books may be found on the Borrowing Books & Materials web page. The loan period for books borrowed through consortium loan service would be similar to the check-out period for the Law Library's general collection books. Law faculty may be afforded a longer loan period than other patrons, but the length may vary.

Loan period for books borrowed through Interlibrary Loan will vary, depending on the lending library's policy, and can range from three to six weeks. More information may be found on the ILL FAQ page.

All books can be recalled, shortening the length of the overall loan period.

At present, our Law Students can check out as many as 50 Law Library books checked out to their Library Account at any time.

Also, please review our How Do I Renew My Law Library Books? FAQ.

  • Last Updated Jan 08, 2024
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  • Answered By Erie Taniuchi

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