Books and media that are not available at Lewis & Clark College libraries, including checked-out and missing items, may be borrowed via Summit. This consortium of 39 academic libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, provides materials to current students, staff and faculty, and requests usually arrive within three to five business days.
Articles and books not available through Summit may be available via InterLibrary Loan. L&C Law students and faculty may use this form to make ILL requests. ILL requests are only available to current members of the Lewis and Clark Law School community and Attorney Services clients.
Do you have a question about our ILL policies? Check out our ILL Questions.
Are you cite checking for law review? Check out our Cite Checker’s Guide.
See our Alumni Services page to view the Law Library materials and services available to Lewis & Clark Law School alumni.
Step 2: If the book isn't available from Lewis and Clark libraries or Summit libraries, make an Interlibrary Loan request via the ILL form or a WorldCat request.
Step 2: Search for the article in a specialized article database.
Step 3: Can't find what you're looking for? Make a request via ILL.