From time to time, we like to remind USF law students, faculty, and staff about our interlibrary loan services. If you are a current student or current member of our law faculty and staff and you locate a book or article that you need for research that isn't available at USF, law library staff can request copies of these materials for you from other libraries across the country. While loan periods for interlibrary loan (ILL) books are more restrictive (typically, a 3-week loan period is authorized by the lending library), this service allows you to obtain materials from academic libraries in other areas of the nation. Just remember that each USF library processes ILL requests separately. Law students, faculty, and staff must file ILL requests with the law library, and non-law USF library patrons must file ILL requests with Gleeson Library.