Borrowing & Renewals
UNM Law Students may check out circulating materials, Indian collection materials, desk reserves, and course reserves with a valid UNM ID. Materials marked Desk Reserve, Library Use Only, or Non-Circulating are limited to use within the Library. These include journals and law reviews, loose-leaf services, reference materials, and primary sources.
The loan period for items from the general collection extends until the end of the semester during which they are checked out, with two renewals allowed. The loan period for course reserve and academic support materials is two hours. Renew books by taking them to the circulation desk or calling 277-6236.
Borrowers are billed for replacement of unreturned materials. If the bill is not paid, a hold is placed on the student’s record that may prevent registering for classes or obtaining transcripts.
Gain access to your UNM library record using your UNM ID number and library account password.
Borrowing Materials from Other Libraries
This service is known as interlibrary loan (ILL) and its purpose is to obtain materials that are not available at UNM libraries. The law library provides free ILL service to law students. To initiate a request please, fill out our online form.