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.Policies and loan periods for the circulation of law materials, Summit and interlibrary loans
Last Updated: Nov 18, 2014 URL: http://law.willamette.libguides.com/circulation_policies Print Guide RSS Updates
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Your Library Account

 To view your library account

1) Check your due dates and view a list of the materials checked out to you

2) Renew your materials online

3) View your Summit and interlibrary loan items

4) Track the shipping status of your Summit items 

 

Patron Types & Loan Periods

     Law and ASGM 

        Books & Print Periodicals: 1 Semester
         Reserve Materials:  24 hours
         New Books: 30 days
         Popular DVDs: 7 days
          Summit (Long loan): 6 weeks, no renewal
          Summit (Short Loan): 6 days, no renewal
             ILL: Determined by the lending library 
 
             Faculty and Willamette University Staff

Books & Print Periodicals: 6 months
    Reserve materials: 24 hours
New Books: 30 days
Popular DVDs: 7 days
 Summit (Long loan): 6 weeks, no renewal
 Summit (Short Loan): 6 days, no renewal
 ILL: Determined by the lending library
 
Undergraduate Students (Including TIUA)

  Books: 6 weeks (CLA Seniors: 1 Semester)
New Books: 30 days
Most Reserve Materials: 24 hours
Popular DVDs/Videos: 7 days
Summit (Long loan): 6 weeks, no renewal
Summit (Short Loan): 6 days, no renewal

Public Patrons w/ Willamette Law Library Card

 Books and periodicals that circulate: 30 days
New Books: 30 days
Most Reserve Materials: 24 hours

 

      
     

    Circulation Policies

    J.W. Long Law Library does not charge fines for the library's overdue materials. We do charge for lost and damaged items. ($15.00 processing fee and $75.00 replacement costs.) Items are considered lost after 120 days.

    The Hatfield Library does charge overdue fines for their materials (.25/day, $20.00 max.) Summit and interlibrary loans are assessed overdue charges based on institutional policies.

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