ACLL Interlibrary Loan Service
If the library does not possess a particular source, it may be obtained from another OCLC member library. Availability is confirmed rapidly through WorldCat. For assistance, contact the Reference Librarian, Paul Recht, at 412.350.5353.
Materials from Duquesne Center for Legal Information can be shipped via the daily courier.
Federal Depository Library Program Video
Congress established the Federal Depository Library Program to ensure United States citizens access to important government information. The following description is from the FDLP web site:
Easy as FDL: Free Information, Dedicated Service, and Limitless Possibilities, this video demonstrates what makes Federal depository libraries so unique and essential to the American public. People who are dedicated to and knowledgeable about the FDLP were interviewed and asked to express their opinions about Federal depository libraries and how the FDLP benefits the American public.
Please visit the following link to download the promotional video:
Legal News Links
Latest Legal Links
NOLO.com is the web site headquarters for one of the leading legal publishers in the United States. The company's name is derived from the legal phrase, nolo contendere, meaning "it will not be disputed". While the site does offer commercially available NOLO publications, it also offers numerous useful links to free legal information. A particular highlight of this site is NOLOPEDIA, offering free self-help legal information by topic. Law students and professionals will find the featured articles and lawyer directory sections of the web site helpful as well.