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Guide to Library Services for Law Review and Law Journals

This guide will serve as a fundamental resource for information on library services and policies geared toward DePaul Law Review and Specialty Journals and their specific research needs.

Interlibrary Loan

The Rinn Law Library's Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service is available to College of Law students, faculty and staff. The law library staff will attempt to borrow books or obtain copies of journal articles needed for academic research when the item needed is not available at any DePaul library, and cannot be borrowed directly from another I-Share library.

Law Reviews and Law Journals using ILL services are responsible for any lending or copy charges assessed by the lending library, as well as damage to or loss of ILL materials. 

To borrow a book that is not available for loan at DePaul or any other I-Share library, or a journal article that is not available in print (search via VuFind or Worldcat) or electronically (search journal by title) at DePaul, log into Tipasa with your Campus Connect username and password. Please note that all photocopy/scan requests for articles, sections or chapters of a book should be submitted as an article request via Tipasa and are subject to copyright clearance.

Please see the ILL Handout.pdf for instructions on using your I-Share and Tipasa accounts and a general FAQ on ILL borrowing and best practices.