You may not be able to take law library books home, but you can still read them wherever you want. Whether you want a chapter of a treatise, the day's readings for your class, or a journal article you can't find online, it can be sent directly to your inbox for your reading convenience.
Print on Your Law School Account
Printers on the Law School network are available on all three floors of the Underground Library, and LawIT will connect your laptop to a color printer on Sub-1. For more information about printing, see the Law School's Printing page.
You Can Take It With You with Scanning
Need to read a section of a book or a journal article? You can request scans directly from the catalog page by clicking the yellow "Request a Scan" button (see "Did You Know?" sidebar).
If you're already in the library, use the scanners on Sub-1 and Sub-2 to send book chapters, journal articles, or anything else for free to your email or flash drive. Both floors' Xerox scanners will also print pages, linked to your Law School network printing allocation.
In addition to the two Xerox scanners, the KIC Scanner on Sub-1 sends high-quality, text-searchable PDFs to your device in no time.
The Law Library will scan journal articles, book chapters, and other limited sections of print material and deliver it right to your email. Request scans using the "Request a Scan" button in the catalog.
To have a book delivered to your carrel shelf or kept on the hold shelf, use the Request button on an item's record in the MLaw Classic Catalog. Use the Request button for any items in the location "Annex."
This guide was created and updated by Michigan Law Reference Librarians.
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