Borrowing Material from the Law Library
Canadian Academic Libraries and Law Libraries - No charge
Government and Public Libraries, and other non-profit organizations - $10.00 or 1 Green IFLA voucher
Lawyers and Law Firms - $50.00
U.S. Academic Libraries and Law Libraries - Cost of postage
An invoice will be sent at time of loan. Payment may be made by cheque or money order payable to University of Windsor, or by IFLA vouchers.
Borrowing Material from Another Library
University of Windsor Law Students, Faculty and Staff
For materials not available in the Paul Martin Law Library, law students, faculty and staff may use Racer to search other University library catalogues to find the title and its location. Alternatively, a written request using the Interlibrary Loan form may be submitted to the circulation desk. An email may also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with full details of the item required.
Your Racer login is:
- Userid: your library card code, with no spaces
- Password: your last name in lower case
- Your Library: choose windsor-law
If this does not work, you may need to self-register via One-Time User Registration.
- Enter your Library bar code located on the back of your Student ID Card
- Choose a password: 6-20 characters in length, case-sensitive
- Enter your email address: you will be notified by email when your book is received
When going into Racer, you would then enter your bar code as login, the password and choose "Windsor-Law".
Non-law University of Windsor Students, Faculty and Staff
Please visit the Leddy Library ILL department.
Lawyers and Law Firms
Members of the legal community may request the Law Library borrow materials from other libraries on their behalf for the following fee:
$50.00 plus any charges we incur from the lending library.
Please send an email to email@example.com with complete details of the loan request (title, author, year or edition, title of chapter or article, etc.).
Non-members of the legal community are not eligible for interlibrary loan services. Please visit the Windsor Public Library.
Last Updated May 28, 2018. LMilne.