Step 1. First make sure the library does not own the book. Check the Law Library Catalog.
Step 2. If the Law Library does not own a copy of the book, click on the "WorldCat" link in the menu at the top of the catalog page.
Off campus users: Access WorldCat through the UC Hastings proxy: http://uchastings.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://uchastings.worldcat.org/
Step 3. If you see what you need in WorldCat, click on the link to the record. CAUTION: Do not request eBooks. We cannot borrow them. We can only borrow print books.
Step 4. After clicking on the record, click on the blue "Request Item Through Interlibrary Loan" button.
Step 5. You will be redirected to the Tipasa login page. Log in to your account using your UC Hastings user name and password.
Step 6. The Book Request Form will appear, with the fields already populated with information from WorldCat. At the top of the page, select the "BOOK CHAPTER" type of request. Fill in the additional fields for chapter and/or pages needed. Click on the dropdown menu next to "Law Review Edit" and indicate if the book is needed for a law review edit.
Step 7. Click Submit Request. Your request has now been sent to the ILL Department for processing. The item will now appear in your list of Requests. You can check this list periodically to review the status of your request. You will receive an email when your pdf is available.
Step 9. If you can't find the record for the book in WorldCat, go directly to the Tipasa login page (https://184.account.worldcat.org/profile ) and log in using your UC Hastings user name and password.
Step 10. Click on the "Create Request" button. When the request forms load, select the "BOOK CHAPTER" type of request.
Step 11. Fill out the Book Chapter Request Form with as much information as you have and click Submit Request. The request has been sent to the ILL Department for processing. It will now appear in your Requests list. You will receive an email when the book or PDF of the book chapter arrives.