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Borrowing and Circulation

Borrowing from the Law Library

Members of the Law Faculty receive an extended loan period (until June 30 of the following year) and are exempt from fines for all Law Library materials. In order to track the location of individual books and other items, it is important that all materials be checked out at the Circulation Desk.

Borrowing from other campus libraries

Please note that due dates for materials from other campus libraries will vary according to the policy set by the lending library; these libraries also enforce an active fine collection policy for all campus faculty.

Items from other campus libraries (with the exception of audio-visual and reserve materials) may be returned to the Law Library Circulation Desk for routing to the appropriate library. However, circulation staff cannot waive fines for these materials.

Renewals for all campus libraries may be made online by logging on to MyLibrary with your onyen and password.

Staff Contact Information

Stacey Byrd, Interlibrary Loan Manager and Night Circulation Coordinator
Assistance with Interlibrary Loan borrowing and lending, circulation issues

Margaret Hall, Head of Access Services/Reference Librarian
Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Questions about library policies, assistance with circulation or Interlibrary Loan issues

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