Loyola University Chicago School of Law welcomes all Loyola students during regular access hours (see information on "restricted access" periods below). The library is proud to offer a wide range of services and resources to support our students' legal research.
If you have a reference question, please contact one of our Reference Librarians by phone at (312) 915-7205, by e-mail at LoyolaLawReference@luc.edu, or in person at the Reference Desk (Law Library, 3rd floor).
Services for our current Law School students:
If you have any reference/research questions, please email LoyolaLawReference@luc.edu. We will be checking this email address regularly.
If you currently have a physical book through ILL, which is about to be due or is overdue, we are currently asking you to hold onto it until returns can be arranged. Please email Shane Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Beyond Loyola, library closures worldwide have also meant that staff everywhere are unable to access their physical collections. Due to this, and the uncertainty involved in circulating materials through the mail in these conditions, Interlibrary Loans for physical items, or for scans of physical items (including books, journals and media), are suspended until further notice.
Law students, law faculty and law staff can still request scans of items available online, but because different libraries will have different ability to provide these resources during closure, and/or limited service, delays should still be expected.We are working with libraries around the country to fill as many requests as we can.
Check your ILLiad account here.
Questions about ILL can be directed Shane Peterson email@example.com.
Law Library study rooms are for Loyola Law students only. Loyola Law students can now reserve Law Library study rooms online. Instead of having to come to the circulation desk to check out a room, students can view what rooms are available and reserve up to three hours of study time. Review and reserve now
The following policies and procedures should be followed: