Do you want to borrow a book from the Gallagher Law Library, but you cannot visit in person?
If the Gallagher Law Library owns a book, law review, court brief or reporter that you need, contact us using the Law Books on Demand form. We will ship the book to you--for free! All you pay is postage to return the item.
Follow these easy steps:
When we receive your request, we will verify your status as a UW Law alumni and retrieve the requested item(s). We will send the item(s) to you via traceable ground carrier within 2 working days after receiving your request. We will indicate when you should return the book to us (the due date).
Material located in the Classified Stacks and the Compact Stacks are eligible for delivery, including books, audio and video tapes, bound law review volumes, government publications, looseleaf services, and court briefs. Books and other material found in other Library locations (including the Reference Area, Course Reserve, and Special Collections) cannot be loaned.
Please provide your Federal Express account number if you would like expedited shipping.
You may keep the item(s) for four weeks. If you need the it/them longer, you may extend the loan unless another user has requested the item. Please contact the Circulation Desk to request an extension: 206/543-4086.
If you fail to return a book by the due date, you will be charged a nonrefundable $25 process fee and may be liable for a replacement fee (standard charge is $150). See Paying Overdue Fines & Billed Items for more information.
We will send you items under the Law Books on Demand program under the following conditions. You agree to:
See the order form for other conditions that apply.