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Remote Access to Law Library Services

How to access law library reference, circulation, and faculty services

Fall 2020 Semester Casebooks

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  • West Academic has extended a 15% discount for print and electronic casebooks purchased through their web store! Please reach out to for the discount code that you will need to enter at checkout.

Due Dates for Law Library Items

We have extended due dates for existing loans, so students will not have to return items in this time of uncertainty. University Library is also monitoring accounts at this time.


Although the law library is closed, you can still use your library account to renew books by following these directions. If you have any issues renewing items online, contact Gerald Perriman at

Returning Items

While the Law Library is closed, if you want to clear your library account as we approach the end of the semester and graduation, there is a drop box at the University Library where you can return Law Library items. The box is located at the Library South entrance. (Note that the box at the Library North entrance is currently closed due to construction.) Law Library items may also be returned at the Perimeter College Libraries. Patrons can also  return books by dropping them at one of the drop boxes outside of other GSU campus libraries.

Interlibrary Loans

To place an interlibrary loan request, use this form. Once you place a request, you will be contacted by the library. ILL materials can be renewed by contacting Gerald Perriman at

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