Because of Covid-19, the vast majority of libraries are currently not lending print material or scanning pages from print materials.
This means that the only type of ILL requests that currently have a realistic possibility of being filled are those that can be done so totally from electronic sources: Generally speaking this means that ILL are currently limited to articles which can be accessed via an e-journal.
The process by which the Mendik Library borrows materials from other libraries is known as Inter-Library-Loan (ILL).
There are two types of ILL:
Please note the three related basic rules regarding Law Review related ILL:
Any time the Law Review wishes to get something via ILL, that request must be e-mailed by the Managing Editor, Associate Managing Editor or designated representative to Michael McCarthy, Head of Reference Services & Professor of Legal Research (firstname.lastname@example.org ): No other Member has the authority to borrow items via ILL in the Law Review’s name.
Any NYLS student has the right to request items through ILL.
A new ILL form is being worked on. Once ready, it will be able to be linked to from here.