ILL allows you to request material from participating libraries that are not held at FSU and are not part of the Florida state university and college system. Requests submitted to ILL take longer to fulfill, so plan accordingly.
ILL is available at to you, as law students at FSU, at no charge. However, it is NOT free: the Research Center pays a fee for each such request.
Therefore, ILL should always be the the last step in your search for sources and one that you take only if you can't find the book or article in our catalog or through .
ILLIAD is the interlibrary loan service available to all Florida State University students and faculty. You can use it to request materials not held at the Research Center or another FSU library, but be aware that if you do, the Research Center cannot help you renew or return them. For that reason, we recommend you use the ILL service specific to the College of Law.
1. E-mail your request to ILL@law.fsu.edu.
2. Your request must include:
ILL will then see if the item is available from another library. Doing so takes time (up to two weeks), so make sure you plan ahead.
You will receive an e-mail from the Research Center when material requested through ILL is available for pick up. Ask for your items at the Circulation Desk.
You are responsible for returning items before they are due.
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