If the Law Library or the Watzek Library on the Lewis & Clark College campus does not own the book, periodical or document that you need, Interlibrary Loan is a resource to consider. The Library can often locate and borrow materials through several systems. Please note: L&C Law students and faculty may use this form to make ILL requests. ILL requests made by anyone outside the law school community will be rejected with the exception of Attorney Services clients.
Do you have a question about our ILL policies? Check out our ILL FAQs.
Interlibrary loan is available to current Law Students, Law Faculty and Law Staff only. If you have questions or wish to request materials via Interlibrary Loan, please try our online form, call the Library Desk at (503) 768-6676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library will process your request through the OCLC WorldCat database which contains more than 100 million records for books and other library materials. The time to obtain Interlibrary Loan materials may range from three days to three weeks depending upon the lending library. Therefore, it is wise to plan ahead for this service. These requests are not part of your library patron record. All questions regarding your request should be sent to email@example.com.
Please see our Attorney Services page for more information on Interlibrary Loan Services for practitioners. See our Alumni Services page to view the Law Library materials and services available to Lewis & Clark Law School alumni.
Need a Book or Article?
Step 1: Search for the book or article you need in the catalog.