Frequently Asked Question

What is Interlibrary Loan and ILLiad?
Last Updated 2 years ago

Interlibrary Loan is a service of the library for:
  • Current law faculty
  • Current law students
  • Current law staff
  • SQJ Alums (limited materials available)
  • Members of the Utah Bar (a fee may apply)
  • Visiting scholars who have an active circulation account with the Faust Law Library
Interlibrary Loan can be used when you need a copy of a journal article, newspaper article, conference proceedings, or when you want to borrow a book, microform, or video that is not available from one of the University of Utah libraries (check the library catalog first). The Interlibrary Loan staff will do its best to get a copy or borrow an item for you from another library outside the campus. ILLiad is the program used by library faculty and staff to manage interlibrary loans.

What should you do if you aren't permitted to use the Faust Law Library Interlibrary Loan is a service? See: Who can use the Faust Law Library Interlibrary Loan service?

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