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Emory’s Law Library is one of five total Emory University libraries with nearly 9 million items in total.
Four of the Emory libraries are located on the main Atlanta campus; one is located 40 miles away at the Oxford campus. Items from the Oxford campus can be requested for delivery.
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When you find materials you wish to check out for your faculty member, it is important to check them out as a "Proxy" for your faculty member. To become a proxy, you and your faculty member must fill out and sign this form. The completed form can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is important not to check out items personally for your faculty member for several reasons:
Research Assistants must first complete the proxy application form in order to...
Proxies may NOT:
This video covers how to get to the library catalog, search for items, and place a hold for pickup. Do you want to be able to walk right into the library and pick up a book to be scanned or checked out? Watch the video below! You can use this process not only with the Law Library, but other Emory libraries as well.
You cannot request scans of books that are held at the Law Library. You must request those books and come to the library to scan them yourself.
You can request scans of items at these libraries on Emory's campus:
Featured below are instructions for requesting a book section. This video starts on the Pitts Theology Library website, but you can start your search here in the library catalog and then follow the video's instructions from there.
When tracking your materials, Library Search is your friend.
Log into your account by clicking "My Library Card."
Sign in using "Emory Users" link.
Once you log in, you’ll be able to see everything that is checked out to you, as well as any fines you may have accrued, hold requests you have made, or any recalls that are coming due.
Request an Interlibrary Loan (ILL)! Watch the video below to see how you can request items from all over the country.
Also, keep in mind, we do not ILL scans of textbooks in use the current semester, whole books, or any material available at Emory or Online, unless it's a Document Delivery Request to a different Emory library.
Note: In the video, the final submission page looks a bit different now, but it’s still the same concept—just make sure that you put the Law School as your department.