Books & Copies
The Law Library is pleased to provide document delivery services to law faculty. To request document delivery, please call Kelly Johnson, Circulation Supervisor, at x3-8879 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article/chapter requests are filled electronically by sending you PDFs or links to reliable sources. Your administrative assistant can assist with printing PDFs received from the library.
Books and articles from other campus libraries are usually delivered within one business day. Please note requests made on weekend days may not be filled until the following business day.
Please call the Circulation Supervisor (x3-8879) or the reference desk staff (x3-8411) for rush requests.
FedEx Office can make multiple copies of course materials that cannot be posted to your Blackboard Learn site. The library can provide faculty with one clean scan of articles, cases, etc., to send to FedEx Office. Your program coordinator or Martha Totten (x8-5374) can provide information on requesting copies via FedEx Office.
Faculty members are responsible for obtaining any necessary copyright permission(s). Emily Robichaud or your program coordinator can assist you with this process.
Your administrative assistant or a research assistant can scan non-library materials or extensive scans of library materials. Scanners are located on the Mezzanine, behind the Fineman circulation desk and on the third floor near the MyPrint help desk.
On request, the library will route periodicals, looseleaf highlights that are not available electronically, and newsletters to faculty members as soon as the library has processed them. Materials routed to more than one faculty member are especially sensitive to routing delays. Please contact Kelly (x3-8879) to be placed on print routing lists.
Many current titles are available electronically on Westlaw, Lexis Advance, Bloomberg Law or other electronic databases. One of the Reference librarians would be happy to assist you in locating and linking to these resources.
Films for Classroom Use
The library owns a small number of films for classroom use. These films may be found in the library catalog. The B.U. Krasker Film/Videocollection consists of over 18,500 film and video titles for classroom use in current classes. Law audiovisual support for showing films may be obtained by contacting email@example.com.