The D'Angelo Law Library offers a book paging service for uncharged Library books located in the stacks of other campus libraries for delivery to the Law School. This service is available only to Law School students, faculty and staff. Books will generally be collected within two business days and placed on hold at the D'Angelo Circulation Desk for pick up by the requestor or delivered to the appropriate D'Angelo Law Library carrel or Law School office. Please see the paging request form for more information and to use this service. Law School faculty: see Library Services for Law Faculty for faculty requests.
Scan & Deliver is a pilot program that allows all University of Chicago faculty, students and staff to request that articles and book chapters from the Library's print collections be scanned and made available electronically in PDF format. Scan & Deliver is available to University of Chicago faculty, students and staff working on campus and also is an ideal resource for those who are located or off-campus or are researching abroad. There is no limit to the number of requests which a patron may submit, but Library staff are able to process no more than five requests per patron per business day. Please consult the Scan & Deliver LibGuide for more information and instructions on how to use this service or submit requests directly using the Scan & Deliver request form.