The Law Library is committed to providing reasonable assistance to users with disabilities to access library resources and services. To assist with access, the Law Library offers the services below. If you need additional assistance, please contact the following departments:
Main Law Library Entrance
The main Law Library entrance is on the 3rd floor of the Law School. You can find Circulation and Reference Services on this floor.
For assistance with touring the Law Library, please contact Law-Library@luc.edu.
Questions about Research and Resources
If you have questions about research or available resources in online and print formats, please contact reference librarians:
Help with Retrieving Materials from Library Shelves
If you need assistance with locating or retrieving materials from the Law Library shelves, please ask for assistance at the Law Circulation Desk on the 3rd floor or call 312-915-6986.
Request Items Online and Pick-Up
Through the library catalog, books from any Loyola University Chicago campus or the Library Storage Facility can be pulled from the shelf and held for pick-up at the Law Library, or any Loyola-system library circulation desk. Borrowing instructions are available at http://libraries.luc.edu/borrowing/requests.
Designating Someone to Pick Up Library Materials
To give approval for someone else to collect materials checked out or on hold in your name, please send an email containing your name, their name, and the materials to be released to Law-Library@luc.edu.
Request Better Image of Interlibrary Loan PDF
For assistance with obtaining a better image from an interlibrary loan, contact Shane Peterson at email@example.com.
Access to Library Carrel or Table
If you need assistance with using a carrel or table in the Law Library, please ask for assistance at the Law Circulation Desk on the 3rd floor or call 312-915-6986.
Transcription of Library Presentations
If you are attending a Zoom Law Library Presentation, and would like live transcription or a copy of the transcript of the presentation, please contact the presenter or LoyolaLawReference@luc.edu.
Converting Text to Speech in Microsoft
To convert text to speech in Word, Powerpoint, or Outlook, use the following instructions to activate Microsoft Speak.
The best floor in the Law Library for quiet study is the 5th floor.
Image of third floor of the Law Library
Loyola University Chicago
School of Law Library
Philip H. Corboy Law Center
25 E. Pearson Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Interlibrary Loan: 312.915.7202