Books or journal articles that are not available either online or in the print collections of the Law Library or Christopher Center may be requested from other libraries through our online Interlibrary Loan program.
- Check Galileo to see if the book is available either at the Law Library or the Christopher Center.
- If the book is located in the Christopher Center’s collection, go there and check out the book.
- If the book is not available at either location, send your request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Check to see if the article is available digitally. The following resources may be useful:
- Check Galileo to see if the journal title is available in hard copy at either the Law Library or the Christopher Center (Do not search for an article title in Galileo).
- If the journal is located in the Christopher Center’s collection, go there and locate the article.
- If the journal is not available at either location, send your request via email to email@example.com
How Long Will It Take for My Item to Arrive and When Is It Due Back?
Although we make every effort to get items quickly, it may take a book 7-10 days to be delivered. Articles may be received sooner. Due dates for interlibrary loans are determined by the lending institution and must be observed in order to avoid jeopardizing our interlibrary loan status with other lenders. If an extension is needed for a particular book, a renewal can be requested by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Lending institutions may or may not grant a renewal based upon their own policies.
For more information, contact Debbie Blennerhassett at (219) 465-7815 or email email@example.com