Information for Other Libraries


Who is Eligible

Interlibrary loan requests are accepted from libraries only. If you are an individual you will need to contact your local library to submit a request for material from the University of Kansas Libraries.

What is Available

Most material that circulates to our local patrons is also available to other libraries via interlibrary loan. We can also provide copies of material with the requesting library assuming the responsibility for copyright.

How to Submit Requests

Requests are accepted via:

  • OCLC: KFL
  • KICNET: KFL
  • Email:lawill@ku.edu
  • Fax: 785.864.3680
  • Mail:
    Interlibrary Loan
    Wheat Law Library
    The University of Kansas School of Law
    Green Hall, 1535 W. 15th St.
    Lawrence KS 66045

ILL Cost Schedule

Invoices are sent with the requested material; payable upon receipt

KU LAW ALUMS – must note status at time of request

Loans: free
Photocopies: 50 pages – free; 51+ pages – $5.00
Fax charge: 20 pages – free, 21+ pages – $5.00

NON-PROFIT LIBRARIES

In-State - includes KC metro area Loans: free Photocopies: free Fax charge: 20 pages free, 21+ pages - $5.00
Out of State – excluding MAALL, MASUA, & BCR libraries Loans: $5.00 per item; Photocopies: $5.00 per cite (electronic delivery is free); Fax charges: $5.00 (in addition to photocopy charge)

MAALL & BLUE SKY EXPESS (courier) LIBRARIES

Loans: free
Photocopies: free
Fax charge: 20 pages free, 21+ pages - $5.00

FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS – bar, law firm, and corporate libraries

In State - includes KC metro area and in-town photocopy requests
Loans: $5.00 per item
Photocopies: $5.00 per cite (electronic delivery is free)
Fax charge: $5.00 (in addition to photocopy charge)
Out of State
Loans: $10.00 per item
Photocopies: $10.00 per cite (electronic delivery is free)
Fax charge: $5.00 (in addition to photocopy charge)

INMATES – both in-state and out-of-state

Loans: free – must be requested by the facility's library
Photocopies: $3.00 per cite, prepaid by check or money order; limit 10 per week per institution & 50 pages per cite

KS state agencies, elected KS officials, KU faculty, or federal agencies/departments – No charge

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