Borrowing from another Library through Interlibrary Loan (Tip of the Week)
January 29, 2016
By Alan Kilpatrick
Can’t find the book you need at the Law Society Library? Just let us know! The Law Society Library team will locate the nearest library that has the item and request it for you through an interlibrary loan (ILL). Active members of the Law Society have access to library collections across Canada and the world. Keep in mind that ILL loan periods vary by lending library and that members will need to cover any costs charged by the lending library.
How do you know whether an item is held by the Law Society Library? Try searching the Library Catalogue for the item’s title:
Please contact the Law Society Library reference desk to request an ILL: