Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
The Wyoming State Law Library participates directly in an interlibrary loan system.
- The Law Library may permit loans to in-state or out-of-state libraries.
- Members of the public are encouraged to contact their local public libraries to place interlibrary loan requests.
- The Law Library will consider loan requests made by any Wyoming state agency.
- The Law Library will consider loan requests from out-of-state agencies, educational institutions, law firms, or government employees.
- When feasible, photocopies of the requested material will be sent. The requesting party may be invoiced for copies, shipping, and handling.
- At the discretion of the law librarian, complete bound volumes may be lent to the requesting entity.
For Members of the Wyoming State Bar Association
The Law Library will mail requested materials directly to members of the Wyoming State Bar Association. At the discretion of the law librarian, attorneys with offices in Cheyenne may be required to collect requested materials directly from the Law Library.
Placement of ILL Requests
The Wyoming State Law Library will place interlibrary loan requests only for materials directly related to legal research. A person wishing to make an interlibrary loan request may contact the Wyoming State Law Library directly or may issue the request via the online catalog (wildcat link here). The Wyoming State Law Library does not charge for placement of requests. However, the person making the request is responsible for any charges assessed by the lending library.
The Wyoming State Law Library reserves the right to deny any interlibrary loan request.