Circulation

Law Students

Books circulate for two weeks with two renewals. An item may be recalled after the two-week period if needed by another person. A student may put a hold on a book that is checked out.

Videos circulate one-at-a-time overnight Monday through Thursday. Two videos may be borrowed if they are part of a set. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, two videos may be borrowed and are due the following Monday.

Bound journals circulate for two weeks. Unbound issues may be used in the library.

Reserve materials are checked out at the Circulation Desk. They may be used in the library for up to two hours. They may not be renewed. Some class reserve materials may circulate overnight at the professor's request.

Reference books, which include reporters and loose-leaf services, do not leave the library.

Some government documents that have been cataloged circulate for three days. Some uncataloged government documents may circulate. Special permission may be given for a law student to borrow a government document if it is not heavily used or reference material. If the government documents librarian is not available, the reference librarian will make a decision about such items, including how long they may be borrowed.

Microfiche and microfilm are to be used in the library.

Law Faculty

Books circulate for sixteen weeks and may be renewed. A law faculty member may be contacted by the Circulation Librarian if another faculty member or student needs to use an item. A faculty member may place a hold on a book that is checked out.

Videos circulate for three days. The Circulation Librarian can extend the due date if a longer period is needed.

Bound journals circulate for sixteen weeks. Unbound issues may leave the library.

Reference books may be checked out for two days.

Reserve books may be checked out for one week.

Microfiche and microfilm are to be used in the library.

Washburn students, faculty, staff and the public.

Books may be borrowed for two weeks and may be renewed twice. An item may be recalled after the two-week period if needed by another person. A hold may be placed on a book that is checked out.

Videos may be viewed in the Law Library in AV room L. The person should sign in to the room on the sheet at the Circulation Desk. Washburn faculty may borrow a video for classroom use. See the Circulation Librarian for permission.

Bound journals circulate for two weeks. Unbound issues may be used in the library. Reserve materials must be checked out at the Circulation Desk. They may be used in the library for up to two hours.

Reference books, which include reporters and loose-leaf services, may be used in the library.

Some government documents that have been cataloged circulate for three days. Some uncataloged government documents may circulate. Special permission may be given for a patron to borrow a government document if it is not heavily used or is reference material. If the government documents librarian is not available, the reference librarian will make a decision about such items, including how long they may be borrowed.